Inspect GreenSquare’s services and make recommendations for improvements.
Do you enjoy helping to improve your community?
If so you could become a Resident Inspector!
What do the Inspectors do?
Resident Inspectors are a group of residents who inspect the housing, neighbourhoods and services provided by GreenSquare. They report their findings to management and make recommendations for improvements and monitor any changes. In addition, GreenSquare may ask them to find out what residents think about particular services and how to improve them.
Residents of all ages can become a Resident Inspector. Our commitment to improving our services will be helped by a wide range of residents becoming involved.
What does it involve?
All resident inspectors will be fully supported and given training where necessary. Inspectors may be involved in:
As a member of this group, you could get:
How do I join?
Contact us on 01249 465465 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What have the Inspectors done so far?
Inspection of ready-to-let properties
Inspection of estate walkabouts
Financial Inclusion survey & report
Inspection on impact of lettings policy on ethnic & European minority residents
Short-term projects relating to focus groups, communications and corporate governance (in Oxfordshire only)
Be a part of GreenSquare – Resident Inspectors
Keeping your home warm
Estate walkabouts and resident involvement
Impact of lettings policy on ethnic and European minority residents
‘Ready to Let’ Standards - Westlea
‘Ready to Let’ Standards - Isis
Financial Inclusion Survey
In-house Repair Team vs Repairs executed by Contractors