Community Groups and TARAs
Tenants' and residents' associations or community groups can play a key role within the community by helping to tackle anti-social behaviour, applying for funding for local projects, organising social events for everybody to attend and acting as a united voice on local campaigns.
Chevin provides support to local groups by paying room costs, attending meetings to answer queries, helping to form committees and open bank accounts and assisting with funding applications.
If you would like to start up a group or would like more information about any existing groups, please contact your housing officer for more details.
Our leaflet 'Working together in your community' will provide you with some basic information to get you started.
The following local groups are currently in operation:
- Bakersfield Court Tenants' and Residents' Association in Rotherham
- Barracks Community Association in Pontefract
- Clifton Court Residents' and Leaseholders Association in Thorne
- Elmbridge Action Team in Hull
- Impact Residents' Network in Chapeltown, Leeds
- Lavender Court Action Group in Kendray, Barnsley
- Needlers Way Residents' Association in Hull
- Oak Trees Residents' Association in Stag, Rotherham
- Potteries Court Residents' Association in Swinton, Rotherham
- Rafters Myrtle Road Tenants' and Residents' Association in Heeley, Sheffield
- Royal Flush Neighbourhood Watch in Thurnscoe
- Shining Cliff Court Neighbourhood Watch in Bawtry, Doncaster
- South Kirkby Community Association in South Kirkby
- St Edmund's Tenants' and Residents' Association in Castleford
- Swinton Court Good Neighbour Association in Harrogate
- Thurnscoe Environment Group in Thurnscoe
- Windsor Gardens Community Group in Thurnscoe
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