Resident feedback survey from the Housing and Planning Minister

The Housing and Planning Minister has been holding events and workshops across the country to meet and hear from council, housing association and housing co-op residents, to help build up a clear picture of the immediate issues that they face living in social housing, and to identify any common concerns that can inform the national approach going forward.

Over 12 events have been organised across England and while these provided an excellent opportunity for the Minister to engage with a large audience (circa 1,000 residents), he is keen to extend the opportunity to engage in this conversation more widely.

Subsequently the following link to a feedback questionnaire has been provided by the Minister to offer residents an opportunity to express their views on key issues and concerns related to social housing based on their own housing experience.

This is not a consultation exercise, but a means for council, housing association and housing co-op residents to engage and share views with the Housing and Planning Minister. The feedback received through this questionnaire will feed into the scope and content of the Social Housing Green Paper.

Please note: Only feedback made on the electronic questionnaire direct will be seen by the Minister, any comments made to Stonewater via social media or email can not be included.

To open the survey and send your feedback direct to the Housing Minister, please go to:

This survey closes Wednesday 31 January 2018.

Update:The survey will be unavailable on Friday 5 January from 5pm for 12 hours for essential maintenance.