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Redbridge tenants and leaseholders have their say on housing service

PUBLISHED: 11:13 05 July 2018

Brexit uncertainty appears to be contributing to a recent dip in rent prices in Redbridge.

Brexit uncertainty appears to be contributing to a recent dip in rent prices in Redbridge.

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Tenants and leaseholders in council homes have been urged to give their views on the housing service.

Redbridge Council has opened a public consultation to find out how satisfied users are with its housing department.

The local authority has reassured residents that the survey should take no more than five minutes to complete and they will be entered into a prize draw.

Residents can have their say until September 28.

A spokesman said: “We’d like to understand how satisfied tenants and leaseholders are with the service they receive from the London Borough of Redbridge Housing Service.

“We will use the information provided to help us to plan and improve the service we provide and measure the effectiveness of the work we undertake.”

The winner of the prize draw will be announced shortly after the consultation closes.

Complete the survey at consultations.redbridge.gov.uk/S/NOCP8/


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