COUNCIL tenants in Huddersfield could soon be rewarded if they prove to be good neighbours and model citizens.
Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing - the non-profit organisation that manages council housing - is considering introducing the rewards under a tenant loyalty scheme.
If council tenants fulfil the criteria of being a good neighbour or a generous community worker, they could earn discounts in local shops or grants for projects.
Community groups could also benefit from extra grants under the scheme.
The benefits would not include a reduction in rent or bills.
The plan is expected to cost KNH about £207,000 a year.
Simon Rogers, head of KNH, said further decisions are needed on what the rewards will be and what tenants will have to do to get them.
He said: "At the moment we are exploring the options and deciding what is appropriate.
"We are also exploring whether we could apply it to other tenants, not just those in council properties."
KNH are consulting councillors and tenants to see if the idea is popular.