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We have six resident reps who sit on two of our strategic committees, the Housing and Community Services Committee (HCSC) and the Estate Management and Scheme Committee (EMSC).

They work alongside our trustees and managers, making important decisions about how we manage our housing and estates.

Housing and Community Services Committee (HCSC)

HCSC play a vital role in maintaining high-quality housing, including supported and sheltered homes, and over-seeing community and tenant involvement. Tenant reps influence and discuss important housing and community issues on this committee.

Who are your HCSC reps?

Tony Eastwood

A retired Cadbury employee, Tony had various management roles in engineering, facility management and health and safety. He lives in Bournville and has an interest in the value for money of the maintenance of homes.

Viv Talbot

Viv works for the criminal justice system and has been a tenant for nearly 30 years. She volunteered to become a resident rep as she feels BVT’s duty of care to tenants is as strong now as when she first took up her tenancy.

 

Estate Management and Scheme Committee (EMSC)

EMSC play an important role in maintaining the appearance and amenity of BVT areas. It covers matters ranging from landscaping to advising on planning policies. The Committee also considers issues relating to the management charge and design guides, including hearing appeals about applications for alterations to homes.

Who are your EMSC reps?

Bill Rice

Bill has lived in Bournville for 46 years, when he met and married his wife Pauline. Before retiring, Bill worked for the West Midlands Ambulance service. He has played a very active role in the community and was a member of Bournville Village Council for 33 years.

Alan Drabble

A retired electrical engineer, Alan has been a Bournville resident for over 40 years. He is an active member of the Bournville Society and committed to the preservation of the Bournville estate.

Jenny Shardlow

Jenny is a retired teacher who has lived in Shenley for 43 years and she cares deeply about the area. She is also a lay reader at St David’s Church.

Sharon Yeomans

A qualified solicitor, Sharon has years of experience in advocacy work. Over the last seven years, she has valued the opportunity to contribute to EMSC by advocating the perspective of both residents and Weoley Hill Village Council.

You can read the latest update from your EMSC reps here – Update from EMSC resident reps Feb 2019

To speak to any of your resident reps, please contact our Customer Services team on 0300 333 6540 or email enquiries@bvt.org.uk who will then pass on your details to them.

Residents in Telford can also become resident reps on the local Lawley Village and Lightmoor Village management committees.  Please email Fleur Hemming fleurhemming@bvt.org.uk for more information. 

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