Resident Associations

A Residents’ Association is a way for residents to get involved at a local level. A Residents’ Association often represents the interests of the local area and can help to bring communities closer together. Typically a Residents’ Association may choose to campaign around common issues, as well as organising fun days and social events. We provide support including providing grants and training.

In addition, all 14 sheltered schemes have a local Tenant Involvement Group (TIG), which allows our sheltered residents to discuss key issues at a local level.

Below is a list of resident associations:

Table of residents' associations


Central Ocean Residents’ Association (CORA)

Bale Rd, Bohn Rd, Dongola Rd, Duckett St, Ocean St, E1

Constant & Holmsdale TRA

Constant House & Holmsdale House, E14 0AS

Turners Road and Locksley TRA

Turners Road, Locksley Street, E3 4LE

Huddleston Close TRA

Huddleston Close, Parmiter Street, E2 9NR

Roger Dowley Court Residents’ Association

Roger Dowley Court (Leaseholders), Russia Lane, E2 9NJ

Parfett, Fordham, Myrdle TRA (PFM TRA)

Parfett St, Fordham St, Myrdle St,  New Rd,  E1 1HR

David Hewitt House Residents’ Group

David Hewitt House (Leaseholders), 38 Watts Grove, E3 3RF

Lennox House Residents Association

Lennox House, Cresset Road, Hackney, E9 6SE

Betty May Gray Residents Association

Betty May Gray House, Pier Street, E14 3HX

Ducere Residents Association

Ducere House, Viaduct Street, E2 0DZ

Grove Green Group

Grove Dwellings, Adelina Grove, E2

Influence rating:  medium         Time rating: 1-2 hours every 2 months

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