In the local press
Fears 600 new homes and Ridley Road Market project could gentrify Dalston – CLICK HERE
Council accused of ‘prioritising private interests’ in Morning Lane plans – CLICK HERE
Hackney housing survey list ‘extremely misleading’ according to campaigners – CLICK HERE
‘Propaganda’: Campaigners rip into Town Hall consultation on housing waiting list changes – CLICK HERE
Council’s housing waiting list plans will ‘make terrible situation worse’, warn campaigners – CLICK HERE
Campaigners’ research reveals local vision for Morning Lane Tesco site – CLICK HERE
Morning Lane campaigners’ Tesco consultation engages 10 times more people than the developer’s one – CLICK HERE
‘Who rakes in the cash?: Wall of silence from Hackney Council on who profits from secretive Tesco land deal – CLICK HERE
Housing campaigners launch consultation over Morning Lane Tesco site – CLICK HERE
Morning Lane campaigners launch survey in search for ‘people’s alternative’ – CLICK HERE
Town Hall urged to suspend planning amid community concern over lockdown impact – CLICK HERE
Hackney Council-owned Morning Lane Tesco redevelopment ‘must include social housing’, urge campaigners at packed public meeting – CLICK HERE
Campaign over social housing in Hackney Central gathers momentum – CLICK HERE
What would you like to see built at the Hackney Central Tesco site? Morning Lane People’s Space campaigners organise alternative consultation – CLICK HERE
Developers pressed on affordable housing levels for Hackney Central plans – CLICK HERE
Save Ridley Road – CLICK HERE
Working to oppose the redevelopment of the Indoor Market into luxury flats by an offshore company and to create an inclusive vision for the future of Ridley Road Market.
Save Britannia Leisure Centre – CLICK HERE
A group of Hackney residents who campaigned to stop Hackney Council demolishing Britannia Leisure Centre and continue to hold the Council to account for this redevelopment.
The Hackney Society – CLICK HERE
Encourages positive development of the borough’s built and natural environments, through engagement with a broad cross-section of local people and experts.
Save Our Park – CLICK HERE
Group of De Beauvoir Residents trying to dissuade Hackney Council from building on a cherished small park.
A Community Plan for Holloway – CLICK HERE
An independent community campaign working to ensure the Islington community is at the heart of the redevelopment of Holloway prison.
Meridian for Council Housing – CLICK HERE
Campaign group demanding that the Enfield Council project, Meridian Water, must deliver for Enfield residents by building 100% council homes, 100% social rent and 100% secure tenancies on public land.
Estate Watch – CLICK HERE
Over 100 of London’s council and housing association estates are under threat of demolition and the Mayor continues to sign off estate regenerations that don’t comply with his own policy requirements.
Focus E15 – CLICK HERE
This campaign was born in September 2013 when a group of young mothers were served eviction notices after Newham Council cut its funding to the Focus E15 hostel for young homeless people. The group continue to meet and campaign on housing.
Just Space – CLICK HERE
Just Space is an informal alliance of around 80 community groups, campaigns and concerned independent organisations which acts as a voice for Londoners at grassroots level in consultations on London’s planning strategy, particularly the London Plan.
Radical Housing Network – CLICK HERE
Across London people are connecting with others in networks covering local communities to prevent evictions and stop bailiffs throwing people out of their homes. Radical Housing Network supports these networks to strengthen and grow.
London Renters Union – CLICK HERE
A member-led, campaigning union taking action to transform the housing system and win homes for people, not private profit.
Action on Empty Homes – CLICK HERE
A national organisation focused on bringing the 226,000 long-term empty homes in England back into use for people with housing needs.
Homes for All – CLICK HERE
Formerly ‘Axe The Housing Act’, this group came together to fight the Conservative’s Housing & Planning Act 2016. Now, with the act party stalled, they take on wider housing issues.