Consultation on Camden's Resident Participation Strategy

Closed 20 Nov 2015

Opened 4 Nov 2015


You can request an easy-read version of this survey, or let us know if you need it to be translated into another language.

Every 3 years we are required to agree our approach to tenant participation in consultation with tenants.  We have been talking to tenants and leaseholders over the past few months and what we are hearing is that you want us to continue to support empowerment and participation at a local level - because you want strong and vibrant communities.   Many of you also want opportunities to voice your views personally about housing and other Council services.

It is also evident that quite a lot of you are not aware of the various ways there are to participate and that we need to be better at telling you about them.

The approach we have taken therefore is to draft a strategy (attached below under 'Related documents') reflecting our discussions with residents and our wider aims to build stronger communities described in our Camden Plan.

The key aim is to have a document that:

  • Sets out Camden’s commitment to empowered and strong communities
  • Is attractive and easy to read
  • Raises awareness of the opportunities to participate


Why your views matter

We want to hear your views about the draft strategy and this online survey is available from 4 November to 20 November 2015.

Having listened to your views we will redraft the strategy prior to taking it to the Camden District Management Committees (DMCs) for their views; before finalising and launching it in the New Year.

Please read the draft Resident Participation Strategy 2016-19, which is attached below under 'Related documents', and then complete the online survey.



  • All Areas


  • Black and minority ethnic groups
  • Carers
  • Community and voluntary groups
  • Council staff
  • Council tenants
  • Councillors
  • Disabled people
  • Leaseholders
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups
  • Local groups and organisations
  • Older people
  • Parents
  • Residents
  • Service users
  • Statutory Groups
  • Ward Councillors
  • Young people


  • Community and living
  • Council and democracy
  • Environment
  • Housing