tenants' association

tenants' association

n
(Sociology) an organization of tenants, usually with a written constitution and charitable status, whose aim is to improve the housing conditions, amenities, community life, and contractual positions of its members. See also community association, residents association
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The shopping centre, which has been an integral part of North East life since October 1986, has traditionally opened doors for trading at 10am, but following a vote by the Tenants' Association, the decision was reached for a new, permanent 9am opening time.
A Council spokeswomcouncil spokeswom-an said recently: "We are working with the tenants' association to try and find a solution which will allow us to provide a more effective solution.
And Cardiff Central Market Tenants' Association chairman Alan Griffiths says no real money has been spent on maintenance at the Grade II listed building for 25 years.
Representatives of the new tenants' association have now had a private meeting with council leader Sir Albert Bore, urging him to send a researcher north to find out how Manchester turned its downtrodden Northern Quarter into one of the city's prime destinations for shoppers, drinkers and diners.
STORE owners have banded together to form the High Bridge Tenants' Association in a bid to rejuvenate the once bustling Newcastle street.
Tenants' Association secretary John Roberts is delighted with the system and would like to see similar schemes on every estate throughout the county.
Organised by the Town Centre Tenants' Association, the event raised almost pounds 1,000 that will be put towards a new security radio system for retailers.
George, treasurer of a tenants' association, appeared before Swansea Magistrates' Court last week.
The news came after six members of the Grove Hill tenants' association attended a policy and resources committee meeting in March 1980.
I would recommend tenants in the Gulf region to get together and form a tenants' association.
But we didn't run, we stayed in the apartments," says Soler, who with his neighbors created a tenants' association.
Through HPD's TIL staff, the tenants' association is receiving assistance and training on how to form a cooperative.