Housing association is set fair on special birthday
LEEDS JEWISH Housing Association celebrated its 65th birthday with a tenant fair with activities and entertainment for all ages.
LJHA operations director Craig Simons was delighted by the turnout of more than 300 representing all aspects of the association’s housing.
Chief executive Mark Grandfield added: “Our regulators tell us we must engage with our tenants and I am delighted we have chosen to do so in this way.
“While we are keen to improve, it was positive to hear individually from tenants about what we are doing well — and also hear what else tenants would like from us.”
LJHA chair Kate Pearlman-Shaw said the association was forward thinking and “not afraid to try something different.
“We are currently looking at our long-term strategy and events such as this demonstrate that change can be extremely positive.”
It’s a piece of cake for LJHA