The purpose of the Pullens Tenants’ and Residents’ Association (TRA) is to empower and advocate for the collective interests of tenants and residents within our community. We strive to create a safe, inclusive, and vibrant living environment that enhances the quality of life for all.
This TRA is open to all residents of the Pullens buildings on Amelia Street, Crampton Street, Iliffe Street, Peacock Street and Penton Place, SE17. Residents run the TRA, empowering us to collectively voice our concerns and address them with Southwark Council, campaign on issues relevant to the community, and to organise community events.
The TRA Committee is made up of a group of residents who:
- volunteer to represent the views and interests of everyone living in their area
- work in partnership with Southwark Council to help make our neighbourhood a better place to live, and give up some of their time to organise and attend committee meetings
The current TRA Committee Officers are:
The elected Officers are complemented by a diverse group of Committee Members from the community who were also chosen during the 2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM) and will diligently serve until the subsequent AGM.
Everybody who lives on the estate and is above the age of 16 is automatically a member of the TRA. Any such TRA member can choose to stand for a more involved position, such as a committee role.
If you want to learn more, come to one of the regular TRA meetings in the Pullens Centre or email the Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The TRA Constitution provides a formal framework that outlines the objectives, structure, and governance principles of the association. It serves as a guiding document that ensures transparency, accountability, and fair decision-making processes within the TRA.