In the business
By being open and honest with you and our partners we can be held responsible for everything we say and do.
All tenants are invited to have their say in how we run emh homes.
By joining a group and telling us your views and ideas, we can provide you with the housing and support services you need.
Groups meet regularly to discuss important housing and neighbourhood matters. All decisions and ideas that come out of discussions are fed back directly to the emh homes management team and contribute to the continuous improvement of our services.
There are two ways to get involved:
Special interest groups
There are four groups that each focus on a specific service: maintenance, neighbourhoods, customer services, and communications.
Please click here to view the presentation made by Jo Tilley, Executive Director - Business Support, at the Co-regulation Special Interest Groups launch event.
You can download the notes from the most recent meetings here:
To make sure emh homes is performing well against our targets and provide us with the insight that allows us to improve our services.
The panel was recruited in April 2014 and consists of the following residents:
The induction evening was presented extremely well. The content was interesting and easy to follow for all the new people coming on board. I think I can speak for everyone when I say that it was a thoroughly enjoyable welcome to the new group. Thank you.
|Ozzy Akturk||Arnold, Nottingham|
|Brian Carpenter||Corby, Northamptonshire|
|Julia Crawshaw||Breaston, Derby|
|Terry Farrelly||Brinsley, Nottingham|
|Amanda Hales||Ibstock, Leicestershire|
|Jim Humphrey||Whetstone, Leicestershire|
|Jill Leverton-Taylor||Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire|
|Dorothy Markiewicz||Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire|
|Andy Murtha||Enderby, Leicestershire|
|Sue O'Connor||Long Eaton|
|Patricia Sharpe||Whetstone, Leicestershire|
|Terry Silverwood||Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire|
|Marilyn Stocks||Whetstone, Leicestershire|
You can download the 2015-2016 annual report from the Scrutiny Panel here:
Participation in one of our resident groups is a great way to develop new skills that could help improve job prospects.
If you would like to get involved at a local level please contact us.