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PPCR Drop in Session at the Rowan Family Centre – 2017/2018 dates

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PPCR are running monthly drop-in sessions at the Rowans Family Centre, last Wednesday of each month, 3.30pm to 6.30pm

  • 29 November
  • 31 January
  • 28 February
  • 28 March
  • 25 April
  • 30 May
  • 27 June
  • 25 July
  • 29 August
  • 26 September
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Consultation on Residents Offers

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Between 13th November 2017 and 19th January 2018 YourMK are running a consultation on these draft offers for residents.

The resident offers in are draft at this stage. It is important that you read and fully understand the offers that apply to you.

Here are the documents for consultation and the summary Fullers Slade stock condition survey for information:

Exhibition Boards

YourMK Policy Guide and Draft Offers – November 2017

Summary of Capital Replacement Work

CPO FAQs

PPCR are on hand to answer your questions and concerns. Please use this form to contact us with your queries, questions and concerns.

PPCR November 2017 Workshops and Residents Feedback

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PPCR, your independent Advisor held 2 workshops

on Monday 20th November (4pm-6pm) and Wednesday 22 November (6.40pm-8.45pm)

 

The purpose of the workshops was to explain in details YourMK’s policy Guide and Draft Resident Offers’ as part of the current consultation process.

The workshops provided residents with an opportunity to raise questions with PPCR and to forward specific comments and question back to YourMK to, a) feed into the consultation process and, b) to respond to specific questions raised. These points are captured below.

Here are the PPCR presentations which were handed-out at the workshops as well as the residents feedback and the questions raised by residents:

YourMK Homeowners Workshop

YourMK Tenants Workshop

Valuation presentation adapted for PPCR Fullers Slade Homeowners WorkshopYourMK Tenants Workshop

Workshop feedback final 

 

 

 

PPCR at Fullers Slade

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Ron, Helen and Pamela – Three of PPCR Independent Advisors

PPCR are the independent advisors for the residents of Fullers Slade. We will provide support and advice to residents, focusing on the potential changes might affects individual households. We want to ensure that Fullers Slade residents are empowered to take full part in the process through providing useful information, independent advice and training.  If you want to find out more about our role in Fullers Slade click on the link PPCR, the Independent Resident Advisor at Fullers Slade

From the 23rd August Helen and Pamela will be knocking at your door to introduce themselves, and to find out what you think about living in Fullers Slade, how best to communicate information to you and how you want your views to be heard.

PPCR are collecting the above information with a short survey. If you prefer to complete the survey online click on the link A short questionnaire about Fullers Slade and don’t forget to write your PPCR reference Number in the box at the beginning of the survey.

 

Come to the Creating Your Community Vision on Friday 25th August 2017, 2pm to 8pm, at Spider Park.

This is your opportunity to learn more about the possible changes for Fullers Slade, myth and fact, policy, refurbishment/rebuild, stock condition data. Shepeard Epstien Hunter the Masterplanners and YourMK Team will be running the event and PPCR will be there to assist you.

Please come along!

Fullers Slade

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PPCR at Fullers Slade

We are very pleased to be selected by Fullers Slade residents to provide Independent Resident Advisor Services. We met lots of local people at the selection event on Saturday 29th July and look forward to meeting more.

PPCR, stands for Public Participation, Consultation and Research. We were established in 1989. We have worked with all types of communities looking to have a real say in the regeneration and renewal of their neighbourhoods.

How we work

We are positively committed to successful housing regeneration and refurbishment through empowering local people. As government approved Lead Advisors, we have been involved in supporting resident groups and resident led organisations in developing resident empowerment initiatives for over two decades.

From our discussions with people on Saturday, we know that many Fullers Slade residents feel unsure about what the future holds. We know that people have lots of questions about what regeneration for Fullers Slade will mean.  It will be part of our job to work with individuals as well as the whole community to get answers to these questions.

 

Making the right choices

A central part of our work is to help local people make the right regeneration choices.

We work to engage with and support everyone affected by regeneration in an open, transparent and consistent way. We will provide support to help all residents engage at a level that suits them. We will also work to help achieve common ground with Your MK, so that the Fullers Slade regeneration is a success – developing the homes and a place that residents want.

 

Our 5 key principles

  1. Treating residents with respect.
  2. Consulting with us in a meaningful way.
  3. Using plain language and being truthful.
  4. Being clear about which aspects of the plans are deliverable and which are just ideas.
  5. Being open about how decisions are made and the opportunity for meaningful resident input.

 

 

Being accessible and available

As Independent Resident Advisors, a central part of our job is to successfully engage with all sectors of the community living in Fullers Slade. Our aim is to ensure that residents are empowered to take a full part in the regeneration process, through the supply of effective information, training and visits to other schemes.

 

We’re working out our programme for Fullers Slade and will publish this soon.