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Future Makers

We are looking for future makers; tenants who want to get involved with Trivallis, help shape our services and make sure the tenants’ voice is heard.  

We are breaking down barriers 

Whether you can commit a few minutes a month or a few hours a week, you can be a future maker.

If you’re a wi-fi whizz or a complete computer novice, you can be a future maker 

With our new involvement offering, it’s never been so easy to make sure your voice is heard – even from the comfort of your own living room. 

Are you looking for a way to give your input on the future of your home and community? 

Our input involvement offering means you can:  

  • Commit as much or as little time as you like.
  • Receive regular and up to date information from us on our services.
  • Participate in the completion of surveys to share your views. 
  • Provide feedback and keep us up to date on what is the best way to communicate with you. 

Find out more about input: Future Makers Input 

Are you passionate about influencing decision making to make a real difference?  

Our influence involvement offering means you can:  

  • Join an established working group and to focus on the issues that matter to you.
  • Work with us to improve your neighbourhood, estate, or area where you live, our repairs service, anti-social behaviour, and complaints.
  • Be a champion for your estate and the voice for your community. 
  • Take part in mystery shopping exercises to review our services. 

Find out more information about influence: Future Makers Influence

Are you someone who wants to inspire positive change in your community? 

Our inspire involvement offering means you can:  

  • Be part of our committed tenant action panel. 
  • Carry out reviews of Trivallis’ policies, and our performance and tenant satisfaction levels.
  • Look at the work of  Trivallis and scrutinise our activities for the benefits of all tenants. 

Find out more information about inspire: Future Makers Inspire

Some of our involved tenants have shared their stories about what it’s like to be a future maker. Click below to read more: