Activities for council tenants and leaseholders
Take part in an interactive discussion with other tenants and leaseholders from your area to share what it’s really like to live in your local community. We’ll ask some questions on a series of different themes to find out how you feel about your home and where you live. The discussion will take place online, using Skype.
Anything you tell us will be included in our “How good is your home and your local place?” results. A couple of staff from Kirklees Council or KNH will be there to listen to what you say and make a note of your views. Participants don’t need to write anything – just join the conversation and share your honest experiences with us.
When you take part, you will have the option of entering a prize draw. You could win £50 of Love2shop High Street Vouchers. We will contact the winners in September.
- Batley East
Batley, Batley Carr, Chinewood, Hyrstlands, Mount Pleasant, Purlwell and Soothill.
Tuesday 18th August from 11am to 12.30pm
- Batley West
Carlinghow, Cross Bank, Healey and Staincliffe.
Thursday 20th August from 11.30pm to 1pm
- Dewsbury East
Chickenley, Earlsheaton, Hanging Heaton, Eastborough, Eightlands, Chidswell and Shaw Cross.
Friday 21st August form 10am to 11.30pm
- Dewsbury South
Overthorpe, Thornhill, Thornhill Lees and Savile Town.
Tuesday 25th August from 2pm to 3.30pm
- Dewsbury West
Dewsbury Moor, Ravensthorpe, Westborough, Boothroyd and Pilgrim.
Wednesday 19th August from 10am to 11.30am
Abbey Road, Deighton, Sheepridge, Bradley, Fartown and Cowcliffe.
Wednesday 19th August from 3pm to 4.30pm
Dalton, Ravensthorpe, Cottage Homes, Harold Wilson Court, Kirkheaton, St Andrew’s Road and Town Estate.
Wednesday 26th August from 3pm to 4.30pm
Botham Hall, Cowlersley, Golcar, Longwood, Milnsbridge, Paddock and Quarmby.
Thursday 20th August from 10am to 11.30am
(we will send you a link that you can use to join the online discussion)
Live in a different local area?
If there isn’t a discussion where you live, there are a few other ways to take part:
Changes to the management of council housing
In June 2020, Kirklees Council’s Cabinet agreed, in principle, that KNH (Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing) can be brought together with wider council services. It’s important that you have an opportunity to let us know what matters to you at this time. Your views will inform the final decision. Thank you for taking part.