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Birmingham City Council

Housing Liaison Boards

A Housing Liaison Board is a group of tenants, leaseholders, local residents, Councillors and housing staff who monitor and improve housing services in their local area.

The Housing Liaison Board (HLB) network now covers almost the entire city and has proved to be a very successful way for tenants and leaseholders to become involved.

We are always keen to welcome new members, particularly those from groups who are currently under represented such as young people, new settlers, people from minority ethnic communities, owner-occupiers and gay and lesbian people.

To find out more about becoming an HLB member, choose one of the links from the list of HLBs down the side of this page, or contact your local housing office.

One representative from each local HLB sits on the City Housing Liaison Board.

Every HLB must have an approved constitution in order to be recognised by the Housing Department. The constitution is currently being revised, a sample copy will be available on this page once complete.

Birmingham HLBs