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National Tenant Voice

The National Tenant Voice (NTV) has been established (from April 2010) in order that tenants can influence national policy through working with Government and other bodies. It will seek the views of tenants through a variety of means (for example policy forums and road shows) and may carry out research into the experiences of tenants.

The NTV is made up of a National Tenant Council (NTC) of 50 tenants and a Board of 15. The NTC act as a sounding board on housing policy issues, and was  formed to reflect as closely as possible the profile of social housing tenants. Some members were nominated by existing tenants' organisations; others recruited following an open recruitment process.

The Board includes 9 tenant members (from which a Chair has been selected ), drawn from the NTC and 6 non tenant members recruited through an open process.    

Sign up to the NTV Newsletter

If you wish to keep up to date with all NTV news and information sign up to receive a regular newsletter and email bulletin.  

Simply send an email with the words 'Sign Up' in the Subject box to: nationaltenantvoice@communities.gsi.gov.uk    

In your sign up request please include:

  • your full name,
  • address, and
  • email address.

Also state whether you are signing up as a tenant or a landlord.

If you are signing up on behalf of a tenant's organisation or housing organisation please state this and give the organisation's name.  

If you wish to sign up by post send your sign up request to:

Sign Up
Tenant Empowerment Team
Communities and Local Government
Zone 1 J6 Eland House
Bressenden Place
London SW1E 5DU

All NTV updates will be sent via email unless postal correspondence is requested.

Please note: Any contact information given will be held by a third party agency in the strictest confidence. Contact information will only be used to send out NTV related news and information. To unsubscribe to the mailing list email or write to the addresses provided above.

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