Commercialisation, Housing, One Housing Group, Regeneration, Repairs and Maintenance, Tenant & Resident Democracy

OHG: Respect the Ballot!

Gilbeys Yard and Juniper Crescent are a community of 200 homes adjoining a Morrisons supermarket in Camden. The community’s landlord, One Housing Group (OHG) balloted residents in November 2020 asking: "Are you in favour of the proposal for redevelopment of Juniper Crescent and Gilbeys Yard?”. When the ballot result was published, it was clear that… Continue reading OHG: Respect the Ballot!

Commercialisation, Housing, Regeneration, Tenant & Resident Democracy

The Stop HDV Campaign: A Grassroots Victory

By guest writer Wendy Charlton The commodification of housing, loss of social housing stock and rising housing waiting lists has seen local authorities selling off public land and/or partnering with property developers. They have used tactics of managed decline and redevelopment methods along with negative media portrayal of social housing tenants. "The association between post-war… Continue reading The Stop HDV Campaign: A Grassroots Victory

Commercialisation, No Evictions, Regeneration, Safe Homes, Service Cuts, Tenant & Resident Democracy, Waive The Rents

I’ve Seen the Pain that Homelessness Causes

By SHAC Jack, a homelessness worker and housing campaigner turned out for the three day protests opposing the lifting of the evictions ban in August. He spoke on why the eviction ban must be extended. Jack speaking on the terrible harm caused by homelessness Video by Platform Films SHAC Chair Niall Mulholland Opposes Government… Continue reading I’ve Seen the Pain that Homelessness Causes

Commercialisation, Fire Safety & Cladding, Housing, No Evictions, Regeneration, Repairs and Maintenance, Safe Homes, Tenant & Resident Democracy

SHAC Open Meeting – 6pm, 14 September 2020

The last month has been an exceptionally busy one for SHAC. Our focus has been on building the network, opposing evictions, and highlighting the cladding scandal which leaves thousands of tenants and residents in potential fire traps. Join our next meeting to discuss these issues and help us become a force for better social housing:… Continue reading SHAC Open Meeting – 6pm, 14 September 2020