I haven't worked with multi-tab drawings like this in quite a while, but I think I have an option for you to look at.
Looks like the property link in your title block is set to "Model found here" and driven by "Drawing view specified in Sheet Properties"
That all looks good.
Check your Sheet Properties on your part drawing tabs to see if they are set to default. If they are set to default, you will need to select a drawing view used on that drawing tab that your part is in. The Default will pull from the first model dropped in when the drawing is created, which in your case is the assembly.
You will need to do this for every drawing tab with a part on it. You may need to un-check the "Same as sheet specified in Document Properties" box below the drawing view selection drop down. That was the case with the sheet format you attached.
That should link your title block on the currently active drawing tab to the part you have shown in the drawing views.
Thank you very much, I have been trying to get this to work for a while now.
is there a way to save the properties settings so that it will stay default and not use "same as sheet specified in document properties"
I am away from my workstation at the moment, but give this a go.
Try making a new drawing from your template, go to your second drawing tab you want to have parts on, and see if you can uncheck that option. If you can change this option, save out the template and drawing format. Save as a new template for testing, check to see if it works, then update the original to match.