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Suffolk TMO asked PPCR for their expertise in reviewing all their policies and procedures outside of standard Hackney practice – including staff management processes, procurement and management of finance.
With the help of Loraine at PPCR Suffolk TMO achieved the NFTMO KiteMark award which recognise that Suffolk TMO provide above standard performance for staff and customers
PPCR evaluated Board and staff training needs which was delivered through In The Driving Seat courses
PPCR advised Suffolk TMO on their Business continuity planning to establish a contingency plan to deal with emergencies
PPCR also advised Suffolk TMO about collecting former tenant arrears thus creating a new service and source of income
PPCR has been engaged by the Board to restructure the TMO (Tenant Management Organisation) including a review of the staff roles with a view to modernise the organisation and provide best Value for Money
PPCR is currently helping CPMO in the detailed review of their Finance Procedure and levels of financial authority, as well as looking at the role of the Finance Manager
PPCR is advising CPMO to take a radical approach with the management of Repairs and repair procurement establishing clear set of policies and procedures for all aspects of work outside of standard Hackney Council practice
PPCR has provided detailed training for staff and PPCR is currently reviewing LSTMO procedures and the Business Plan.
With PPCR help LSTMO bought cleaning and grounds maintenance staff in house from Pinnacle
LSTMO recruited two new member of staff, a Housing Benefit Assistant and an Officer. PPCR trained them both thoroughly in housing management process
LSTMO is currently reviewing with PPCR help the income from Hall Hire and Parking Permits and is looking for other sources of income
On Saturday 28th January, members of the Copley Residents Steering Group gathered at the Holiday Inn in Kensington to discuss their vision for the regenerated estate.
Lead by Amanda and Abraham from PPCR, the group worked hard throughout the day to create a common vision for the estate. To implement the vision they discussed how to influence the regeneration, and created a strategic approach. At the end of the day, they refined the vision and set out a mission, goals and milestones for the year ahead.
They talked in details about which types of homes, gardens, green spaces, landscaping, spaces to socialise, community spaces, mentoring, leisure, children playgrounds, local shops, public transport and parking they would like to see developed on the Estate for the whole community. They also discuss a business model to make all this possible and viable in the long term.
Copley has a diverse cultural background, every one needs to feel included, different cultures, young and old, families and singles need to feel part of the Copley Community.
It was a very productive day for the Steering Group Members. The group worked well together. The next steps will be highlighted in the next Newsletter.
Here are some photos of the Steering Groups members at work.