We know residents have experiences, skills and ideas which will help us deliver great services - so we want you to get involved and have your say.
Being involved gives you the chance to influence and make decisions about your home and neighbourhood. It's also a great way to meet people in your community, build your confidence and learn new skills.
There are lots of different ways to get involved, including:
- Residents' associations (see below)
- Community walkabouts
- Scrutiny Boot Camps organised in partnership with the Sutton Federation of Tenant and Resident Associations (SFTRA)
- Community events
- Estate inspections
- Resident repair inspectors
- Becoming an SHP Board member
- Joining our performance committee
- Taking part in a satisfaction survey
- Submitting a complaint, compliment or feedback
Help shape your neighbourhood and influence decisions about where you live. Get involved in a residents association.
There are a number of individual residents' associations and resident representation groups around the borough who meet regularly to discuss issues in their neighbourhood. They represent the views of both tenants and leaseholders.
Find out when your next residents’ association meeting is by contacting them using the details below. Where possible we also publish these in our community events calendar.
If there isn't a residents' association in your area speak to your Housing Manager about how you could set one up.
|Residents' Associations||Email address|
|Culvers Retreat Residents' Association|
Shanklin Village Residents' Association
|Rosehill Court (Residents Action Group)|
Other support for tenants and leaseholders
Sutton Federation of Tenants and Residents Associations (SFTRA) supports the work of each individual association. SFTRA is run by residents and represents resident issues with councillors, London Borough of Sutton, Mayor of London and MP's.
Phone: 020 8915 2349
Sutton Leaseholders Association (SLA) represent the views of leaseholders. They give feedback to the London Borough of Sutton and SHP. They also answer individual leasehold questions, provide advice and ensure the impact on leaseholders is not missed.
Resident Associations Network Group (RANG) is a forum for resident associations to meet every three months to network, get support, advice and guidance on running a residents association. Residents' associations can also access funding opportunities through this forum.