But they’ve suffered problems with anti-social behaviour in their neighbourhood, which is now improving. But they’ve suffered problems with anti-social behaviour in their neighbourhood, which is now improving. John, 62, a retired clerk for British Aerospace, got a letter from the Respect task force in his role as chairman of the East Rose Community Group, calling for nominations for people who had shown bravery and determination in tackling anti-social behaviour.
We’ve had problems with drug pushers and prostitutes and Pat’s worked 24 hours a day with Space New Living and other agencies, to tackle anti-social behaviour. Pat, 59, who worked in engineering and mill work, sprang straight to mind as an ideal candidate. Though she battles rheumatoid arthritis and glaucoma, and has had two strokes, she gives 100% to community work – including being a resident board member of Space.
We’re now calling on local people to come up with ideas that this £1,000 can be spent on – such as security lights or other safety measures. We’re in a regeneration area and things are getting better but there’s a long way to go.
Welcome to Spring’s edition of Hometime. We are delighted to be reporting on our third Tenants’ Conference – which was the biggest and best yet!
It was great to see so many new faces there and this year’s conference gave us a chance to reward you – our tenants – on the good work you have been doing with the 2006 Tenant Participation Awards
Enclosed with this edition of Hometime is the new Customer Training Programme, which is a new initiative for all our tenants and residents Find out more : E Conveyancing Brisbane