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Radian’s four Area Panels were established in late 2010 to give residents a stronger voice! As well as helping improve services for residents, the Panels are an important voice on many other aspects of local housing and community priorities, including improvements to housing stock, development of new homes and issues of design and adaptability.
The majority of members on each Panel are residents. Their focus is on scrutiny of Radian’s local service delivery. As well as monitoring performance, they advise on priorities for action under Radian’s ‘local offer’ and have a ‘life improvement’ budget to spend locally. Panels recruit independent members, including local authority councillors.
Panels cover Radian’s geography, with the exception of the Longwood Park Estate in Slough, where a Community Board fulfils a similar role but with greater powers to manage the service Radian provides to the estate.
Whilst the Panels’ focus is local, representatives from each Panel and the Longwood Park Community Board come together on Radian’s Residents Council which provides a consultative forum where members can share views and provide advice to the Radian Group Combined Board. Linkage with the Board is strengthened through the Combined Board and Residents Council Chairs attending each others’ meetings as observers, and a Combined Board member similarly attending Area Panel meetings.
Please click the links below to meet the representatives of Area Panels. The postcode search on the homepage of this website can help show which is your local Area Panel.
By joining your Area Panel, you can make a real difference to the services you and the people in your community receive. You don't have to give up much time, just let us know how happy or unhappy you are with the services you receive. Your input can really help shape your neighbourhood into the community you want it to be.
The video below will give you an insight into how Area Panel meetings work...and there's a fair share of laughter involved too!