Residents' Association

Residents' Association

A Residents' Association is usually made up of a group of residents who live in a neighbourhood that decide they want to get together to deal with concerns that affect their local community. The group can include tenants and homeowners. We can provide help and support to residents who wish to set up a formal Residents' Association. The sort of help and advice we give you can include; helping you to develop a constitution, promoting the association to other residents, set-up costs, annual grants, etc.

What you will be doing?

  • Working with Wandle’s staff to improve your local area
  • Organising community events for your estate / block
  • Applying for grants to fund your projects
  • Organising and/ or attending meetings
  • Voting on the changes that affects your estate / block

What you can get out of it

  • Help to improve your local community
  • meet and work with your neighbors to improve services in your area
  • Give your community a greater voice
  • Work with local voluntary / community organizations’ to develop new initiatives

Training / skills development

  • Chairing Meetings
  • Minutes Taking
  • Book keeping
  • Event management
  • Fundraising
  • Community Development 

We are already working with the Kennington Park Square Resident Association

Chair:  Mark Allen

Tel: 07581 238 303



What to do next

To find out more about setting up a resident association in your area;

  1. Read Wandle Resident Association Information Pack on setting up a resident association
  2. Contact the customer empowerment team on 0300 2000 120 or email
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