A letter (see scanned copy) is being distributed by "Housing & Neighbourhood Investment", on paper with the heading "Sheffield City Council", reading:
"This is your chance to vote Yes or No to bringing in extra money to improve Council Homes and neighbourhoods in your area through an Arms Length Management Organization or (ALMO).
"If tenants vote in favour, the Council will make a bid to Government for ALMO funds that will bring (the letter continues): "in the extra money we need to imporve Council housing in your area up to the decent homes standard. A local board will be set up to make decisions on local housing matters, It will include local tenants.
Now the letter continues to make reference to a blue booklet sent weeks ago, called "What's on offer". It looks like paradise, but i am voting "no". The "need to improve housing... up to the decent homes standard" seems very suspicious in view of Liverpool's struggles and og general policies.
Do you think i am doing the right thing?