Opportunities Available

Opportunities Available

This page contains information on opportunities on how to get involved in Housing.

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Independent Living Open Days

The Housing Department invites you to join us at our Independent Living accommodation

Date Time Location
Tuesday 4th October 1.00pm - 3.00pm

Gutersloh Court

Central Avenue

Stapleford

Nottingham NG9 8QD

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Wednesday 12th October 1.00pm - 3.00pm

Cloverlands Court

Chilton Drive

Watnall

Nottingham NG16 1JQ

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Monday 17th October 2022 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Templar Lodge

Beacon Road

Nottingham, NG9 2JZ

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Wednesday 26th October 2022 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Southfields Court

Inham Road

Chilwell

Nottingham NG9 4GA

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Discover what the Independent Living service can offer you, your family or friends

Have a guided tour, including:

  • Available properties
  • Guest rooms
  • Communal facilities

Meet Housing employees to discuss:

  • The accommodation
  • The service provided
  • How to apply

You can also:

  • Meet current tenants to gain first-hand experience of life on our Independent Living Schemes
  • Visit stalls to gain information from organisations providing services for older people
  • Take part in a taster of social activities available to all Independent Living tenants

Housing's Community Facebook Group

This group is open to all who receive a service from the Housing Department, this private group will enable you to share your opinions from the comfort of your home; during your daily commute, or whenever you have few moments to spare throughout the day. However and whenever you choose to share, we want to you to be part of the Housing Community Group.Housing community facebook group with image of southfields flower courtyard

The Housing Community Group will enable us to ask for your ideas and thoughts on services you receive and ensure your opinions are part of discussions when service improvements are being considered. 

What's inside this private group? Our initial plans include polls, pictures, podcasts and Q&A sessions with staff plus much more. We're also keen to hear how you want to see the group develop and will be asking for your thoughts on how the community should grow. 

You will also get to hear about other ways you can get involved, including roles you can play within your communities

You MUST answer all the questions to join the group. If not, your request will be declined. 

The questions:

  • Your full name that the Housing department knows you by?
  • What is your date of birth?
  • What is your house number and postcode?
  • Do you agree to adhere to the group admin rules?

This will make sure only our Housing Customers are accepted and help to ensure the group is a safe and welcoming environment.

FACEBOOK GROUP (Opens in the new window)

(Note: The group will not enable you to resolve issues personal to yourself and this must be done through contacting the Council in the usual way.)

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Find us in your Neighbourhood

Our roving Engagement team will also be popping up in your local Neighbourhoods this summer. They'll have information on a variety of Housing services. You'll also be able to speak to your local Neighbourhood Coordinator.

September Neighbourhood Visit Dates
Location Date Time

Wheatgrass Road, Chilwell

Friday 2nd September

1pm- 2pm

Beeston Market, Town Square

Wednesday 7th September

9am - 3pm

Job Fair, Stapleford Community Centre

Thursday 8th September

9.30am - 1.30pm

Templar Road, Beeston

Thursday 8th September

2.30pm - 3.30pm

Rathvale Court, Chilwell

Tuesday 13th September

1.30pm - 2.30pm

Stapleford Market, Walter Parker Square

Thursday 15th September

9am - 2pm

Princes Street, Eastwood

Tuesday 20th September

10am - 11am

New Eaton Road, Stapleford

Tuesday 20th September

2pm - 3pm

Copeland Avenue, Stapleford

Thursday 22nd September

11am - 12pm

South Street, Eastwood

Thursday 22nd September

2pm - 3pm

 

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Become a Volunteer Service Inspector (Postponed)

2020 Venn Court Tenant Inspection

Join the Cleaning Team Leader to inspect communal areas in Independent Living Schemes across the Borough. 

Why join?

  • FREE training is given at a time that suits you
  • Will receive ongoing support within the role
  • Able to develop skills from reporting, problem solving, communication and much more
  • CV enhancement
  • Be able to claim out of pocket expenses (bus ticket, car parking etc...)

The role

  • Undertake a two hour inspection each month with the Cleaning Team Leader
  • Ensure communal areas meet the expected standard of cleanliness
  • Make recommendations for improvements
  • Opportunity to shadow staff

Interested?

Please send us your name, address and contact information through one of the ways below. 

Call: 0115 917 3935

Email: housingengagement@broxtowe.gov.uk 

Online Form: Your Voice, Your Views

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Resident Involvement Group aka RIG 

The Resident Involvement Group February 2020 meeting

Use our Housing service? Come along to a Resident Involvement meeting and have your say. 

Each month the group discuss different issues, changes and ideas regarding the Housing service.

This is open meeting to all Housing service users, so come along and see what it's all about. 

Date: Second Tuesday of the month, 1pm - 3pm

Location: The Council Offices, Beeston, NG9 5AB. 

Need help getting there?  We can help with transport arrangements.

Call: 0115 917 3935

Email: housingengagement@broxtowe.gov.uk 

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Contact
Housing Engagement Team
tel: 0115 917 3935