The Merton Council tenants’ satisfaction survey is in full swing with 2000 households in council-owned property being randomly selected to take part.
The survey aims to get the views of tenants on everything from repairs and improvements to anti-social behaviour. Merton Council will use the results to identify tenants’ priorities to help in the decision making process on future improvements, and to see which areas are performing well and which need more attention.
Tenants who complete the survey go into the draw for three prizes of £50.
Councillor Diane Neil Mills, Cabinet Member for Housing and Regeneration said:
“The tenants’ satisfaction survey is a chance for tenants to have their say in shaping the services available. If you receive a survey please help us make further improvements by completing it as soon as possible.”