Campaigners from various housing pressure groups, tenants, residents, and housing workers assembled in front of the iconic Royal Courts of Justice to protest on Sunday 23rd August, originally planned as the final day of the eviction ban. Their anti-eviction protest went ahead despite an eleventh-hour extension of the eviction ban - a stay of execution… Continue reading Campaigners vow “We’ll be back when courts reopen!”
Each chief executive of the G15 group (London's largest housing associations) has received a letter from SHAC (see below) calling for the landlord to agree rent and service charge waiver for those hit economically by the pandemic. See the template letter and replies.
The London Evening Standard printed part of our letter in its comments section on Thursday 9th July. Read the full text.
Read our report on the need to end HA evictions except in the most extreme circumstances, and the ongoing unsafe cladding scandal.
Representatives from SHAC have joined with Unite reps at Thirteen Group and the Unite Housing Workers Branch to call on the Housing Minister Robert Jenrick and others to meet over protections for maintenance staff during the Covid-19 outbreak, whilst allowing essential maintenance and inspections to continue.