FACEBOOK UPDATE: Our Facebook accounts for Network Homes and Network Homes sales have been compromised. We’re doing everything we can to liaise with Facebook and resolve this issue. Until then, please do not use our Facebook accounts to contact us and ignore any messages or post you may have received from our Facebook accounts from Thursday 28 September 2023. 

Community Ambassador

Share your local knowledge with us, support others and make a real difference to your area. 

If you’re proud of your community and have some ideas to make it better, then the Community Ambassador role could be for you. You’ll be our key contact in the community – spotting any problems and suggesting ways to improve your neighbourhood.

What would I do?

As an ambassador, you’ll have the opportunity to join us on estate inspections, helping to pick out any physical improvements that need to be made. You’ll also work with your neighbours to develop projects and activities that benefit the people living in your community. You might work as part of a team of ambassadors where you live. And you can represent a block of flats, a street or even a whole estate – it’s up to you.

Is it for me?

We’ll give you all the training and support you need. In return, we ask that you stay in post for at least a year. Our ambassadors need to be enthusiastic and able to talk to residents about the issues affecting them. You’ll then work with us to come up with solutions.

Hands up if you'd like to be a Community Ambassador!

If this sounds just right for you or if you'd like more information, you can contact our Resident Engagement team using our online get involved enquiry form or email them at get.involved@networkhomes.org.uk.

Community Ambassador Role Profile 

Get involved enquiry form

Other engagement opportunities

Safe Space

Together we can end domestic abuse