Council tenants being asked to give feedback

The council wants to hear from its tenants
The council wants to hear from its tenants

North Lanarkshire Council is asking its 36,000 tenants to help it plan, develop and deliver housing services that meet their needs.

A Tenants’ Survey is currently being delivered to every council house and those taking part have the chance to win one of ten home improvement vouchers worth £50 each in a free prize draw.

Taking part couldn’t be easier and there are a number of ways you can do this.

Tenants can complete the survey online at or just return the survey in the prepaid envelope provided.

Councillor Sam Love, convener of housing and social work services, said: “By completing our Tenants’ Survey you’re providing us with valuable feedback which will help us shape the housing service to best meet the wide ranging needs of our tenants.

“Tenant participation is a key priority for this council and the survey is just one of the ways we work with our tenants to ensure we’re providing the services needed.

“We issue this survey every two years and it follows our successful tenants’ conference which puts tenants at the heart of service delivery.

“Surveys like this are an invaluable way for us to improve the services we offer to our tenants and I would encourage as many people as possible to take a few minutes to complete this and pass on their views.”.

The closing date for returns is January 9.