AMMAN Valley tenants are being asked to give their views on housing issues.
They are being invited to a meeting of the Tenants Network next week.
Carmarthenshire County Council is behind the Network, as part of its commitment to working closely with its tenants and ensuring their views are represented.
Talks will be held on the Carmarthenshire Homes Standard works, and the new housing allocation policy.
Officers also hope to gather feedback on issues including repairs, rent levels, improvement schemes and anti-social behaviour.
The meeting will be held in Ammanford Town Hall at 6pm on Tuesday 2 November.
Tenant Participation Officer Janet Griffiths said: “This meeting will give tenants the opportunity to have their say on how we deliver the housing service, to put forward suggestions for improvements to their environment and also to raise any concerns they may have.
“We encourage everyone to come along and have their say.”
Housing Executive Board Member cllr Hugh Evans said: “The council is committed to delivering the best possible housing service and it is vital that tenants work closely with us.
“I am confident there will be a good response to the Network meeting.”