Network Homes Panel, which meets twice a year, is the central resident body that brings together views from all Local Panels. It is the link between our residents and Network Homes Customer Services Committee, which holds Network Homes accountable for its performance. The Network Homes Panel is part of our governance structure.
Who is on the Network Homes Panel?
The Network Homes Panel is made of:
- Up to eight members: two representatives from each Local Panel and two representatives from the Customer Services Committee
- Network Homes Panel members are appointed for a term of three years with a maximum overall term of nine years (starting from the date a resident joins their Local Panel)
- Network Homes Panel members can be appointed to Chair and Vice Chair and will be elected by the Network Homes Panel every two years for a maximum two year term of office
What does the Network Homes Panel do?
The role of the Network Homes Panel is to:
- Monitor the performance of Network Homes services, strategies and policies against the consumer standards, and oversee delivery of service improvement plans
- Review proposed customer strategies, reports and audits
- Make recommendations to the Customer Services Committee
- Commission organisation wide scrutiny and co-ordinate local scrutiny
How to get involved
Network Homes Panel members are nominated from Local Panels.