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Resident Involvement - The Compact Assessment Board

The Compact Assessment Board (CAB) is responsible for overseeing any changes that are made to the Resident Compact.

The Compact Assessment Board is held twice yearly and is primarily a consultative forum, which helps to shape and review the content of the Resident Compact, which is a living document. Changes to the Resident Compact may need to be made, both in response to national or local issues or due to improvements or changes in the way Housing services are delivered.

Become a Compact Assessment Board member

Compact Assessment Board members will play an important role in bringing about positive changes to housing services.

No formal qualifications are required, training will be provided and expenses paid.

The first step towards becoming a member of the Compact Assessment Board is to volunteer to become one of the following:

  • A Sheltered Housing Tenant Representative
  • A General Housing Tenant Representative
  • A Leaseholder Representative.

For details see, Become a Tenant or Leaseholder Representative.

Only serving Tenant or Leaseholder Representatives will be considered for membership of the Compact Assessment Board.

The Compact Assessment Board has seven members, as follows:

  • 5 General Housing Tenant Representative
  • 1 Sheltered Housing Tenant Representative
  • 1 Leaseholder Representative

If you require further information please contact the Community Involvement Team, see contact details below.

Compact Assessment Board meetings

Compact Assessment Board meetings are not open to the general public.

Compact Assessment Board meetings calendar

Compact Assessment Board meetingWednesday 24th January 2018Room 2A
The Basildon Centre
St. Martin's Square
SS14 1DL
Compact Assessment Board meetingWednesday 25th July 2018Room 1B
The Basildon Centre
St. Martin's Square
SS14 1DL
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