Join one of our customer groups and help change our services for the better
There are a number of ways you can take part in designing, testing and scrutinising the services that our customers receive.
Becoming involved with THT is a rewarding experience and you’ll never be out of pocket for getting involved. Find out more about the opportunities available here.
Customers reviewing our policies and procedures online, in their own time, to suggest improvements.
A network of customers who are keen on occasionally taking part in focus groups to discuss issues that they care most about.
Providing feedback on how THT deal with complaints and offer suggestions on how we can improve.
Holding us to account for improving building safety, and neighbourhood services, in our high rise accommodation.
Contact us by email for further information.
Working with us to test how services, including ground maintenance and mobile cleaning, are being provided by THT in the community.
Deciding how we spend our Social Investment Fund, which aims to invest £2 million in the community to tackle poverty and inequality and improve people’s lives.
Tenants and leaseholders who carry out in-depth reviews of a service and make recommendations for improvements.
Customers in Trafford working together to improve their community and the services provided by THT.
Changes to our customers’ gas heating services provider
Liberty will now provide our gas heating services contract for customers.
Trafford Housing Trust is now a part of the L&Q Group
Trafford Housing Trust to become a standalone subsidiary of L&Q, retaining its own brand, Board and executive management team.
Fighting holiday hunger with Active Appetites
THT funding for 12 groups around Trafford to supply meals to children and families.
L&Q talks heading towards completion
A personal update from Chief Executive Larry Gold
Jim's Gym opens at Fiona Gardens
Trafford Housing Trust’s Social Investment Fund opens up exercise for over-55s
Long standing board member John Lamb retires
Long-standing board member John Lamb retires.