Resident Involvement and Community Development
Resident and community involvement is very important to us.
We have a dedicated Resident Involvement and Community Development Team who are there to help residents get involved with continuously improving the services we provide.
It is really easy to get involved and we have worked closely with residents to develop a range of ways to participate. For more information about how to get involved click here.
The Resident Involvement Team
Caroline Richardson - Head of Resident Involvement and Community Development
As Head of Resident Involvement & Community Development, Caroline is responsible for strategy as well as overall management of the team.
Abdullah Hossain - Community Development Manager
As Community Development Manager, Abdullah is responsible for supporting local resident associations and community projects and overseeing the work of the Community Development Officers.
Carla Wood - Resident and Service User Involvement Officer
As Resident and Service User Involvement Officer, I ensure that we are obtaining and listening to feedback from residents and using this feedback to shape our services. I also manage the Resident Involvement Trainee.
Adeyami Adelekan - Community Development Officer (Essex)
Ade is responsible for supporting local residents associations and community projects in the Essex area.
Mamnun Rahman - Community Development Officer (London)
As Community Development Officer (London) Mamnun is responsible for supporting local resident associations and community projects.
Chloe Heaps - Resident Involvement Trainee
I am responsible for compiling relevant papers and reports to go into both Essex & London Resident Consultative Committee meetings, as well as Scrutiny Panel meetings. I attend these meetings to take the minutes, and carry out any other administrative tasks as needed.
Alina Wojcik-Waracka - Community Centre Caretaker
As a Community Centre Caretaker, Alina's key role is to support the delivery of services operated from the four community facilities across Swan, maximise their usage and identify new opportunities.