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Tenant Participation

There are various methods for tenants to get involved with the Housing services they receive.

Perth & Kinross Council aims to include as many tenants as possible to help us make decisions on issues like rent levels, and how we spend rent money on improving their homes.

Tenant Participation - Get involved

At Perth & Kinross Council we are committed to providing our tenants with plenty of opportunities (PDF) [3MB] to get involved and help to shape, influence and improve the services we deliver.

You can get involved as little or as much as you like. We have different levels of involvement to suit your needs and the amount of time you may have available.

There are many benefits to getting involved such as meeting new people, having your say, gaining new skills, confidence building, making a difference.

To help our volunteers we provide travel and child care expenses and those meetings are held in places that are close to where people live and are accessible

Derek Wilkie is one of our tenants who is active in participation. Here he explains how volunteering benefits him personally:

Tenant and Resident Participation Strategy

The Tenant and Resident Participation Strategy for 2018-2021 (PDF) [639KB]  was approved by Housing and Communities Committee on January 24th 2018, and was written with the involvement of our tenants, 

This was the first time our tenants have written the Tenant and Resident Participation Strategy. The new approach has given tenants a unique opportunity to develop a Strategy that truly reflects their views and aspirations. It will build on the achievements and successes of the last strategy in relation to tenant-led scrutiny and the involvement of tenants and service users in decision making.

Working with tenant groups

We work closely with the Perth and Kinross Tenants' and Residents' Federation to promote tenants' rights and the maintenance and improvement of their housing conditions, amenities and environment. We also support Registered Tenant Organisations in the area and any other groups of tenants who share a common interest and come together to work with the Council to improve the place they live in.

Regular updates

We consult and inform tenants through things like the "On The House" magazine for Council tenants. You can view the latest edition of the magazine using the links on this page. If you would like a version of On The House in a format for screen reader software please email us.

We also use social media, email and text messaging to keep tenants up-to-date with local housing issues that affect them. If you would like to sign up to receive email updates you can sign up using this webpage.

Follow us on Twitter or Facebook to keep up with the latest news.

Multi-Storeys Newsletter

If you live in one of our multi-storeys, we produce a regular newsletter for tenants and residents to keep you up-to-date with what's going on in your blocks. You can read the Spring 2023 edition (PDF) [479KB] . If you would like a version of this newsletter in plain text please contact us by emailing 

Last modified on 26 September 2023

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