Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing (KNH) want local residents to take part in an online questionnaire about their local communities and to have their say on what it’s like to live in Kirklees.

Tenants and leaseholders in Kirklees have been asked to contribute their ideas towards improving the local area and to provide ideas about how people can become involved in future discussions.

KNH hopes to engage with residents in Kirkless and aim to create a further dialogue through the questionnaire.

Residents can have their say via an online questionnaire, or by phone. Printed questionnaires have also been sent out to residents which can be returned via post.

The outcome of the questionnaire will be discussed at the Kirklees Council’s Cabinet in the autumn. These will also be published on the KNH website.

The KNH was set up in 2002 to help access funding to improve our local housing in Kirklees. They are an Arms’ Length Management Organisation (ALMO) of Kirklees Council and manage around 22,000 homes in Kirklees.

Participants will also enter a prize draw where £50 worth of vouchers can be won. More information can be found at