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Three neighbourhood forums are being held for residents to come and voice their views.

There will be three forums over the next three weeks where tenants and leaseholders can voice their views to Slough Borough Council and the repairs, maintenance and investment service partner Osborne.

Senior managers will be there for residents and leaseholders to share their experience of the partnership, get assistance with repairs and raise concerns.

Representatives from Osborne will also talk about what has happened over the past year as well as plans for the future, including major work projects. They will also be asking for suggestions for what community events and organisations people want Osborne to get involved in.

The first forum will be held at Manor Park Pavillion, Villiers Road, Slough, on Tuesday 26 November from 6pm for two hours. (This is a change of venue from the one originally billed.)

The second will be held on Thursday 5 December between 6pm and 8pm at Slough Borough Council and Osborne officers at Hawker House, Heron Drive, Langley.

The third forum will be held at Britwell Community Centre, Long Furlong Drive, Slough, on Thursday December 12 between 6pm and 8pm. Residents could cast a vote in the general election and stay to give your view about the council’s housing stock.

Free parking is available at all venues and tea and coffee will be available.

Tony Turnbull, housing manager, said: “Involving residents and listening to their views and feedback is an important part of our contract with Osborne and critical to making sure we get things right and deliver an excellent service to our residents.

“We really hope people with something to contribute will come along and help mould how the service can improve in the future.”
 
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