Monthly Archives: March 2015


EastendHomes residents – sold down the river again 2

Post LBTH Council meeting – News Flash! The last thing landlord and developer Eastend Homes wants it a united community. They did play a part in uniting Councilors at yesterdays full Council meeting after residents from the threatened Holland estate addressed the Council. The following emergency motion was passed unanimously :      Emergency Motion […]


New law on tenant safety

Private landlords will be required by law to install working smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in their properties, under measures announced by Housing Minister Brandon Lewis earlier this month. The Government hopes that the move will help prevent up to 26 deaths and 670 injuries a year once it […]


Neighbourhood Planning Workshop

Getting Neighbourhood Planning Off the Ground A workshop on collaborative projects between researchers and local communities Saturday 28th March 2015, 10:30 – 16:00 Upper Hall, East London Tabernacle Burdett Road, Mile End, London, E3 4TU Organised by the UCL’s Bartlett School of Planning and JustSpace How to get there | Book a […]


Homes For Britain – a pre-election publicity stunt?

THE HOMES FOR BRITAIN RALLY ON ST.PATRICK’S DAY ORGANISED BY THE NATIONAL HOUSING FEDERATION, THE BODY THAT REPRESENTS HOUSING ASSOCIAITONS, IS NOT ABOUT HIGHLIGHTING THE HOUSING CRISIS BUT A PRE-ELECTION PUBLICITY STUNT TO PROMOTE HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS This year, as in previous years, in the weeks before the annual Budget statement […]