If you are interested in participating, contact Madeleine Hill (Resident Involvement Officer) on the number given below. These events will be organised alongside local events and so, for example, in Tower Hamlets the event will coincide with the Brick Lane “Mela”. In other Boroughs, we will find out what functions they are having and Newlon will arrange to run a stand or marquee along with the festivities. As we live in a very cosmopolitan city, we would be delighted to taste dishes from around the world.
The process of valuation helps a person in getting the very best and required outcomes. Things are made after seeing the various types of needs and budgets of the people. Newlon will be prepared to support this by providing the payment for those who are prepared to bring food from their country of origin. The Consumer Panel were surveyed and residents wanted a higher quality service compared with what they are getting now. The Agreement that Newlon will sign up to with the new contractor will take into account the quality of works promised and not just the price quoted.
Diversity issues were another concern to residents on the Consumer Panel; again, the Agreement will seek to employ local workmen who have knowledge of the local community and, where necessary, arrange for interpreters for those who do not have English as their first language. The Limehouse and Stepney Residents’ Association has been up and running for almost two years. The Association has been successful in acting on complaints about traffic issues and, as a result, important safety measures are to be introduced in the area.
West Coast Valuers Special care of the various types of needs of the people is seen and things according to its requirement are planned in the entire process which results in giving the very best and required outcomes to the people as per their necessities and as per their requirements. Things and plans are made strategy wise and its entire working is conducted after seeing the requirements and needs of the people as per their need and as per their requirement. A14 year-old local resident, Joshua Syke, has been nominated for a “Spotlight” Community Service Award for his participation within the group. Last summer, two Family Fun Days were held at the Toc H Hall, where Newlon’s Community Project Officer, Rachel Fairbairn, held a consultation with local people about youth facilities.