Kingston Residents' Independent Scrutiny Panel (KRiSP)

What is KRiSP?

KRiSP is the Kingston residents’ independent scrutiny panel. This is a voluntary group of council tenants and leaseholders who review areas of the housing service and make recommendations for improvement.

The aims of the panel are:

  • directly involving Council tenants and leaseholders in helping to shape our housing policies and priorities
  • investigating how well housing services are being delivered and making recommendations about how they can be improved
  • helping make sure housing services are of the highest standard and quality and good value for money

Reviews are considered by housing management and presented to the Strategic Housing and Planning Committee, where an action plan to deliver on the recommendations is agreed.

Latest KRiSP news

Anti-social behaviour review

KRiSP are currently reviewing the way the housing service deal with 'anti-social behaviour’. Their report should be ready for publication later this year.

KRiSP is recruiting

We are currently looking for new members and are particularly interested in increasing the number of Council tenants on the panel.

Join KRiSP

New KRiSP film

KRiSP have recently produced this short video. Take a look to find out more about the work they do.