Catalyst chief executive inspects your neighbourhoods
We pride ourselves on making sure our neighbourhoods are clean, safe places where residents are proud to live. So it’s no surprise, that our chief executive joined Brent residents on an estate inspection this week.
Myrna Agpoon and her twin sons Harry and Hayden, from John Buck House, were just some of the residents to walk around the Church End and Roundwood estate with Rod, their neighbourhood manager and area caretaker.
Together they checked:
- The upkeep and conditions of the neighbourhood
- Whether there were any unreported or outstanding repairs or maintenance issues
- The quality of the cleaning, caretaking and ground maintenance service
Myrna said: ‘I love living here – the area has lots of green space. It’s especially nice in the summer, when my children can use the play area. And estate inspections help make sure the neighbourhood is kept in a good condition.’
During the inspection, the area’s neighbourhood manager Nikeel Hussain noted any issues that came to light. He will now work with local residents and Catalyst’s teams on a plan of action to improve the area.
Rod said: ‘Inspections are a great way for residents to tell us what they think about the standard of our service in their neighbourhood. We can then work together to improve the area so it’s a great place to live.’