If you’re a council tenant or leaseholder, you can have your say on how the housing service is run. You’re also able to get help in finding work, training and qualifications. Take a look through our brochure or follow us on Facebook to see the latest.

Pop along to a resident meeting

Attend a resident meeting and have a real chance to influence decisions that affect your home, your housing service and your community. Our meetings are all about working with and listening to you.

We meet in The Hub in Somerstown on the first Thursday of the month except from August.

Email becky.collins@portsmouthcc.gov.uk or call 02392 306984 / 07770 868958 if you’re interested in attending.

Previous Meeting Notes

Join a focus group or resident group

Want to talk to us about things like repairs, rents or service charges, House Talk or issues that affect where you live? Get involved in our focus groups (and nab a free coffee!) or join a resident group.

We pay for room hire and refreshments for current and new resident groups as long as enough people are attending.

Join a meeting or tell us how you want to be involved.

Email housing.engagement@portsmouthcc.gov.uk or call 023 9283 4835 if you’d like to take part or find out more.

What does the resident engagement team do?

Photo of Portsmouth City Council's resident engagement team

We keep residents informed

We deliver House Talk magazine to our tenants and leaseholders every spring, summer and winter. It helps us pass on important news and information.

We can help you with employment

We’re on hand to help you find work by helping with:

  • Courses
  • Qualifications
  • Travel costs
  • Photo IDs
  • Work clothes

Think this might be useful to you? Email housing.engagement@portsmouthcc.gov.uk or call us on 023 9283 4835

We ask what you think of new housing plans

Housing developments affect you and your local communities. That’s why we go out and ask people what they think – so we can include your views, feedback and opinions in the design and building process where possible.

Find out what feedback we collected for the following developments: