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Have your say
Discover the many ways you can share your views, get involved with your community and help improve our services.
Help improve services
Have your say on services locally, regionally and nationally by joining one of our many residents’ groups.
You don’t need any previous experience to get involved, just enthusiasm and a desire to make a difference by improving things.
It’s also a great way to meet new people, gain valuable volunteering experience and boost your work-related skills.
Being involved gives such a sense of satisfaction. I get to help so many people locally, but hopefully make a difference to all Clarion residents.
Resident involvement successes
Last year, our residents helped improve how we deliver a range of services, including:
- fire safety
- empty properties
- customer satisfaction.
Community groups and networks
Our community groups and networks are a great way for you to connect with people with similar interests, while helping to improve and develop specific local and national services.
I have a real interest in this subject and really enjoy the meetings. To mix something I enjoy with promoting good practice is the best outcome.
Clarion Ability Network
Local engagement days
Our partnership days and resident engagement days allow you to get involved, share your views on our services, and talk to your local housing teams and partner organisations.
I was a national ambassador in 2016. Since then I've worked on a number of projects to continue making Clarion communities a better place to live.
Meet Pauline – resident involvement
“Resident involvement has been a really positive thing for me and for where I live. I would definitely recommend getting involved with Clarion. It will make a difference.
“I’ve worked with so many people, from the top to the bottom. And Clarion are listening: I’ve heard the negative, but I’ve seen the positive. It’s given me such a good understanding of the social housing sector.
“Most importantly, I’ve made friends and have played my part in making the area a community.”
“Making a community takes work. I’d like to see younger residents get more involved – there’s something for everyone, and every little bit does help.”
Making a community takes work. I’d like to see younger residents get more involved – there’s something for everyone.
property engagement group