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Tenants' Associations & Street Voices

Tenants' Associations & Street Voices

What are they?

Tenants'/residents' associations and street voices are a vital link between the local community and the council. They take up issues that can improve the community and estate environment.

Where are they?

TENANTS' & RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATIONS

There are currently the following tenants'/residents' associations within the Borough, constituted and recognised by the Council:

  • Four Groves Community Association
  • Ormsgill Youth & Community Association
  • North Walney Residents' Association
  • Devonshire Residents' & Tenants' Association
  • Raglan Court & Corporation Terrace Tenants' & Residents' Association
  • Hindpool Community Association

Setting up an Association

If there isn't an association in your area and you would like the opportunity to meet neighbours and new friends whilst making a valuable contribution to your community, why not start your own tenants' and residents' association? Start-up grants of £100 are available.  For more information on starting your own association, read our booklet Tenants & Residents' Association - How to get one started.

STREET VOICES

There are Street Voices for the following areas:

  • Barrow Island

  • Grange Crescent & Cartmel Crescent
  • Eamont Close

  • Broadway

  • Devonshire Road

  • Lord Street, Dalton

For information please read our Street Voice booklet

If you're interested in getting involved with one of these groups or simply want a contact name and number for one of the groups, please ring us on (01229) 876578 or email: housing@barrowbc.gov.uk