On this page you can find information about the neighbourhood priorities in your area as well as news and details about upcoming events.
"Hi, I'm Clive Hill and I'm your Neighbourhood Officer for Royton. If you have any issues regarding your tenancy or neighbourhood please contact me via our Service Centre."
To continue raising awareness of the Welfare Reform Act with customers. Strategies need to be developed with internal and external partners to negate the impact and support customers through a number of joint initiatives
To work with the Local Authority to address areas within Royton that are more likely to feel the impact of Welfare Reform.
FCHO to work closely with local Policing team and the Community Safety Unit to build confidence with tenants and residents to report crime.
FCHO to strengthen working relationships with the Integrated Neighbourhood Policing Team and other local Registered Providers i.e. Guinness Northern Counties & Housing 21.
To develop a working relationship with the District Partnership Sub Groups with a view of identify current health and wellbeing issues relevant to the local community.
To identify key active individuals within the local community to assist with the Action Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of the Royton Neighbourhood Plan.
To identify positive activities for residents young or older with a view of reducing tenancy issues and involvement customers in sustainable activities.
To identify possible legacies which could leave a long standing improvement to the residents of Royton and encourage customer engagement.
Starting in April, Universal Credit in Oldham is Changing. If you make a new claim or make changes to your claim, you will have to go on to the new online portal for benefits.