The Review Panel is made up of eleven tenants and two leaseholders. It was setup to monitor and make sure that we keep our promises to tenants and leaseholders. They look at how we perform and ensure tenants' and leaseholders' needs are taken into account when we set services.

Meetings usually take place every month with smaller groups meeting more often to discuss specific services in more detail. Tenants and leaseholders are welcome to attend full panel meetings, just give us a call to let us know you'd like to come along.

If you would like to attend a meeting or if you'd like to get involved with the Review Panel, check out our Review Panel application page.

Panel Members

Dave Cocker
I joined the Review Panel because I want to make a difference. I want to be able to bring tenants' problems to the table, voice their concerns and get some answers. I also want to be more aware of what Wolverhampton Homes is striving to do and of the plans and actions which are in place, so that I can keep people informed.

Picture of Alzie LoganAlzie Logan
I see myself an ambassador for tenants. Having lived in my home for over 20 years, I want to help tenants like myself in getting to know more about Wolverhampton Homes and the services available. 

Picture of Saba TeckleEddie Szwarc 
I became a member of the Review Panel, so I could help tenants get a better understanding of Wolverhampton Homes and to try to help them with any concerns that they were either too shy or too worried to talk to anyone about; also to do my best to help tenants resolve their problems by speaking to the correct departments.

Ann Ramsbottom
As an active participant in the tenants’ movement for a number of years, I have been part of my local tenants and resident’s association (TRA) since it started in 1967 as secretary. This lead me to wanting to expand my knowledge and experiences further and I was successfully selected as a board member for Wolverhampton Homes. Now that I have retired from the Board I want to continue to help other Wolverhampton Homes tenants.

Picture of Andrew OlobioAndrew Olobio
I became a Panel member so that I could help other tenants who are not able to access information without support. I already have a much better understanding of how the organization works and the services available.

Farisai Dzemwa
Being a member of the Review Panel not only gives me an opportunity to be a voice for other tenants but also gives me the chance to be a part of a group that helps nurture good relations between tenants and Wolverhampton Homes.

Picture of Juliet LoganJuliet Logan
I became a Panel member so that I could help other tenants who are not able to access information without support. I already have a much better understanding of how the organization works and the services available.

Lyndon Whitehouse
I am a leaseholder, private landlord and letting agent. I have a broad experience of housing issues and of the letting industry. I joined the Review Panel to bring my skills and experience to the table. I am also the vice chair of Wolverhampton Homes Leasehold Forum and am aware that leaseholders are underrepresented in most fields, I can help to address that at this Panel.

Review Panel Reports

The Review Panel takes a look at various services and will often produce reports and recommendations on how we can improve that service. You can download their reports from here.

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