The Residents Forum


The Residents’ forum exists so that you can make a difference!

The residents Forum will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Saturday 1st December at the Albrighton Community Centre, SE22 8AH, from 12noon to 3pm.

The AGM will be asked to approve the new constitution of the Residents Forum. You can view the new constitution here Constitution – for AGM

The self-governing Residents’ Forum, is Hexagon’s only elected residents’ group. Working with Hexagon’s Board and its managers, it provides a residents’ perspective on the strategies and policies of Hexagon and it is growing in influence.

Why join?

  • you can help give a wider range of views
  • you can influence the way Hexagon works
  • it will empower you and improve your skills

Each year a number of Forum members who have come to the end of their three-year term stand down and their seats become vacant. These vacant seats are open to all Hexagon residents. No experience is necessary: a belief that the voice of residents should be heard is all you need. As a new member of the Residents’ Forum you will receive training and support to help you settle in and become familiar with your new role.

By joining the Residents’ Forum, you will not only be helping to improve the lives, homes and communities of thousands of Hexagon residents: it is also an opportunity for personal growth and development.  As a Forum Member you can gain a wide range of new skills or build on your existing skills. You will also have the opportunity of meeting residents from other housing associations.

Meetings of the Residents’ Forum are held every two months at the Hexagon office, usually on a Wednesday evening.

“Joining the Residents’ Forum has empowered me in other things that I do in life. I feel more confident plus I feel part of a friendly and supportive team.” Valerie, former Forum Member.

Would you like to be part of this growing development? If so, contact the Residents’ Involvement Team on 020 8768 7964 or email to express your interest.

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