Damp, mould and preventing condensation in your home – find out more

The duties of our neighbourhood wardens include:

  • Being on site every day, covering most of their area during the week
  • Investigating potentially abandoned homes or doing welfare checks if someone has not been seen recently
  • Liaising with customers and offering help and guidance
  • Welfare visits, including assessing the condition of homes and assisting with issues of hoarding
  • Checking communal spaces, sheds and garages and reporting any necessary repairs
  • Undertaking regular health and safety checks and low risk estate inspections
  • Following up health and safety checks, such as annual gas servicing
  • Reporting any overgrown communal areas
  • Working with other agencies, such as probation services and local authorities, to improve the areas
  • Fire risk assessments of communal areas, with more technical assessments being undertaken by our surveyors
  • Weekly fire alarm checks in communal areas of all sheltered schemes
  • Regular playground inspections
  • Encouraging people to take care of their community
  • Organising and attending our popular local community events
  • Being our ‘eyes and ears’ – if you need assistance then please speak to your community warden.
Cookie Settings