We are a group of tenant representatives from England’s four National Tenant Organisations to share existing and emerging developments in social housing and for us to provide a unified tenant voice to influence both government and housing providers alike. In brief we are:
CCH (Confederation of Co-operative Housing)
The UK organisation for housing co-operatives, tenant-controlled housing organisations and regional federations of housing co-ops.
Constituted in the United Kingdom in 1993. CCH membership is open to all housing co-operatives, tenant-controlled housing organisations and regional federations of housing co-ops.
NFTMO (National Federation of Tenant Management Organisations)
The NFTMO represents tenant management co-ops, estate management boards and other forms of tenant management organisations in England.
Founded in 1992, the NFTMO now has over 130 TMOs in membership and an executive committee that includes 21 community representatives from all parts of the country.
TAROE (Tenants and Residents’ Organisations of England)
TAROE is a democratically run, accountable, national organisation which unites tenants’ and residents’ groups and whose membership represents the interests of almost 5 million tenants and residents across the regulated housing sector.
Tpas, the tenant engagement experts
Tpas is a national membership organisation made up of local tenants and their landlords, providing a unique insight into the needs of all parties.
Tpas promotes excellence in resident involvement & empowerment through training, advice & accreditation, representing 1700 tenant groups and 250 landlords. Established in 1988, Tpas acts as a vital hub between government, social housing landlords and tenants, forging strong partnerships essential to the creation of better communities.