Get involved in Greenwich community

If you're a council tenant or leaseholder in the borough of Greenwich, you can get involved with the local community by:

  • attending housing panels and meetings
  • helping us test our housing services
  • starting a tenants' association
  • participating in our estate inspections.

Attend housing panels and meetings

The Royal Borough of Greenwich holds regular meetings and events for council tenants so they can get involved in the decisions that affect their homes and local community.

There are many ways you can get involved from joining your local housing panel or tenants' association to attending focus groups about particular issues.

Email to get our monthly listing of community events.

Find out more about local housing panels

Help us test our housing services

The Royal Borough of Greenwich regularly tests its housing services with the help of 'housing mystery shoppers' who are tenants or leaseholders of the borough.

Participants test key areas of housing services and then fill in a survey. The testing may be online, by phone or by visiting the council. Shoppers get a voucher as a thank you for their time and effort.

Register your interest in becoming a mystery shopper

Start a tenants' association

A tenants' association is a group of local residents who come together from a neighbourhood, an estate, a block or a community with a common purpose.

For more information on how to start your own tenants' association contact the Participation team at or on 020 8921 5585.

Participate in an estate inspection

The Royal Borough of Greenwich regularly inspects selected council estates to spot problems.

Sign up to our monthly events listing to be notified of inspections - email

Contact the Housing Community Participation team

020 8921 5585