Tenant and Resident Associations

Street view in South Kensington

Are you interested in getting involved in your local tenant or resident association?

See the Tenants' and Residents' Associations listing for a full list of all associations or find your local by searching by postcode, street, ward or association name.  You can also read more information about the listing including how to list or correct your association's details.

Do you want your association to be recognised by the Council and your landlord, housing association or managing agent?

Please see our getting your association recognised page. 

Are you looking for advice on dealing with conflict or a 'sticky situation' in your association?

Check out our short guide with top tips and further resources on dealing with conflict in tenant and resident associations and garden committees [PDF] (file size 811Kb).

If there isn't an association in your area, street or housing block, have you considered setting one up?

Summer BBQ hosted by Earl's Court Square Residents Association

We can work with you to support other residents to start your own association; we can arrange training, provide model constitutions and other documents, and facilitate support from other established associations.

Get started with the resources available on our page about starting an association.  

Where can I find out more about community and local life in my area?

City Living, Local Life is a programme that provides lots of support to make it easier for local people to take part in shaping their local life, including small grants to community projects. You can visit your local area page to stay updated on what's happening near you, access local resources and sign up for relevant community updates by email or Twitter.