Photo of councillors, tenancy officers and a tenant on an estate inspection

Estate inspections give you the chance to meet with your tenancy officer, to walk your estate and rate it based on what’s happening in your area. They’re also an opportunity for you to meet with other tenants and, together, voice what matters to you most on your estate.

We achieve more when we work together, that’s why our tenancy officers invite you to join them on their estate inspections to:

  • make sure that your estate is rated fairly
  • help highlight issues, big and small 
  • agree what can and will be done to put it right.

Recently we tagged along with Sid Pawar, tenancy officer for Ettingshall, on one of his estate inspections. We were joined by Councillors Samuels and Momenabadi, as well as local resident, Betty.

Betty said:

Estate inspections are a great way of seeing what’s happening in your area and having a say on how it can be improved. It’s also fantastic being able to meet with your tenancy officer and being able to put a face to a name.”


Councillor Momenabadi said:

These site visits are done periodically to ensure tenancy agreements are being adhered to, to report any issues with the properties, to report any repairs/maintenance work that needs doing and to ensure that council tenants are getting the best possible service from us. 

It was a shame to see lots of fly tipping in some of the blocks we visited, all of which has been reported to the council to be removed but some of the outside spaces are kept very well by tenants. We all have a personal responsibility to keep our environment clean and tidy. 

Thank you to the brilliant tenancy officers and Betty who is a local resident.


Find out when your estate inspection will be held and come and join us: estate inspection dates

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