Auctions and Sales, Housing Law, OHG, Regeneration, Riverside, Social Cleansing, Tenant & Resident Democracy

Victory for OHG Tenants in Regeneration Battle

One Housing Group (OHG) has been forced into a U-turn by a tenant and resident campaign group after it was referred to the Greater London Authority (GLA) over the proposed ballot of an estate in Camden. See additional notes for more detail on GLA balloting requirements. Gilbeys Yard and Juniper Crescent are a community of… Continue reading Victory for OHG Tenants in Regeneration Battle

Carl Davis, Carl Davis blog, Complaints Procedures, Health and Safety, Housing Law, Service Charges

Shooting the Messenger: One Housing Resident’s Victimisation

In the constant battle of attrition between tenants and residents, stories of how landlords harass those who complain abound. Like all bullying, it is an act of cowardice borne of fear, and a desire to silence dissenting voices. Disabled tenants and residents with mental health conditions are routinely accused of anti-social behaviour if they veer… Continue reading Shooting the Messenger: One Housing Resident’s Victimisation

Commercialisation, Fire Safety & Cladding, HA Service Charges, Health and Safety, Housing, One Housing Group, Repairs and Maintenance, Safe Homes, Service Cuts, Tenant & Resident Democracy

One Housing Passes the Buck for Financial Failings

Richard Hill became One Housing Group’s (OHG) new chief executive in 2017. Steve Douglas was appointed as Chair of the Board a year later. It took the pair just a couple of years to turn a pre-tax surplus of £82 million as at March 2017 into a deficit of £8.6 million in 2020. This shocking… Continue reading One Housing Passes the Buck for Financial Failings