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Westminster Council consults residents on new housing repairs policy

  • April 3, 2024
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Westminster Council consults residents on new housing repairs policy

Westminster City Council is proposing a new housing repairs policy to improve its service for residents. By taking part in the consultation, residents can make a real impact on the final policy including how the council will define urgent repairs and how long it should take to fix a repair.

The policy aims to provide a clear understanding about when residents can expect repairs to be done and the service they should receive. It sets out how the council will improve management and quality of repairs, through measures such as improved data and record keeping, rigorous contract management, and putting residents at the heart of the service.

Separate policies have been drafted for damp and mould and window restrictors, recognising the importance of these issues for residents’ health and safety. The council has already heard from lots of residents about their experiences and have used this feedback to inform its draft policies.

Residents can have their say by Monday, 29th April.

The housing team are also holding drop-in sessions throughout the consultation period for residents who want to find out more or get help taking the survey:

West Area Service Centre (155 Westbourne Terrace, W2 6JX) – each Monday between 3:30pm to 5pm

Central Area Service Centre (24 Greenside Community Centre, Lilestone Street, NW8 8SR) – each Tuesday between 2pm to 4pm

North Area Service Centre (Glasgow House, Lanark Road W9 1QY) – each Tuesday between 2pm to 4pm

South Area Service Centre (137 Lupus Street, SW1V 3HE) – each Wednesday between 3pm to 4:30pm

By completing this consultation, residents will be added to a draw to win a £100 Amazon voucher.The consultation is also available in Arabic, Bangla, Spanish and Portuguese, and residents who would like to take it in other languages can contact the housing call centre on 0800 358 3783.

Find out more and take part in the consultation.

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