See our Events page for the date and time of the next group meeting.

SHAC@NHG (Notting Hill Genesis) was formed to campaign for a better deal for tenants and residents of this giant landlord.

The primary improvements needed relate to repairs and maintenance, genuine tenant and resident engagement, and fair rents and service charges.

An NHG tenant speaks out about poor service from the landlord

The SHAC@NHG group is open to all tenants and residents of the landlord and has begun meeting every six weeks. Register with SHAC to receive an automatic invitation to all meetings, and regular updates.

Open Letter to the Board

When tenants and residents of SHAC’s Notting Hill Genesis branch found out that chief executive Kate Davies was leaving her post, they decided to have a say in the qualities, experience, and priorities of the new leader.

The group wrote an open letter to the Board outlining what they want from the new chief executive – after all, they are the ones who will bear the consequences of the deicison. They want NHG’s future programme to be built around their needs, not the financial interests of NHG’s city investors.

We received a response from Ian Ellis on 28th September:

We will discuss Ian’s response and next steps at the SHAC@NHG meeting on the 21st November. Register with SHAC if you are not already a member to receive an appointment.

NHG Tenants and Residents Protest

See also below our video of a protest outside the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities which includes an NHG activist protesting about poor standards and errors on service charges.

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