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Published on 23rd January 2012

Come along to your CBH neighbourhood meeting.

Residents of Cheltenham Borough Homes (CBH) communities are being invited to come along to the next CBH neighbourhood meeting and have their say on what goes on in their area.

Starting at the end of January and running into early February, six meetings are being held in the neighbourhoods that CBH manages at community buildings across the borough on the following dates:

Charlton Kings, Leckhampton and Town Centre: 

Monday 30 January, 1:30pm – Stanton Room, Charlton Kings Library

Hatherley, The Reddings and Warden Hill:

Tuesday 31 January, 1:30pm – St Margaret’s Hall

St Mark’s, Rowanfield, Alstone, Arle, Arle Farm and Springbank (North):

Thursday 2 February , 6pm – Hester’s Way Resource Centre

Oakley, Whaddon, Lynwoth, Priors Farm and Prestbury:

Tuesday 7 February, 1:30pm – St Michael’s Cornerstone Trust Hall

Hester’s Way and Springbank (South):

Wednesday 8 February, 1:30pm – Hester’s Way Baptist Church Hall

St Paul’s, St Peter’s and The Moors:

Thursday 9 February, 1:30pm – CBH Community House, Folly Lane

Held every three months, the CBH neighbourhood meetings give tenants the chance to meet with CBH officers and discuss any issues or ideas they have for their area.

Every meeting also features a guest speaker, as chosen by local residents, and feedback on local neighbourhood inspections.  

The meetings last for no more than 1½ hours. Refreshments will be provided and transport, hearing loops and carers allowance are available on request.

For further information visit www.cheltborohomes.org or call freephone number 0800 408 0000

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Notes for editors

Cheltenham Borough Homes:

  • CBH is one of the top rated ALMOs (Arms Length Management Organisations) in the country. ALMOs are not for profit companies that run social housing services for their local council.
  • Currently CBH manage and maintain around 5,000 tenant and leasehold properties with an overall satisfaction level of 85%, placing them in the top ten ALMOs nationally 
  • The organisation's approach to community development and participation; governance and equality and diversity has been recognised as good practice nationally
  • CBH continue to develop excellent services by working closely with customers.  It will include building new homes and continuing to regenerate communities whilst tackling issues of worklessness and addressing social enterprise

For further information visit: www.cheltborohomes.org

Press contact: Catherine Best e: catherine.best@cheltborohomes.org t: 01242 775317