eDWaRD WooDWaRD wrote:boroughonian wrote:What is really needed here, before it's too late (as it is already for many) is that people who live in social housing, anywhere in London, have to understand that they can/will be next, it's no good having fragmented demos, we need a biggy.
I've never organised a demo, especially not a big one. Do you, do you know anyone that does, if only to start the ball rolling?
pros wrote:Dianne Abbott is meant to be speaking at a public meeting on Tuesday 10th February, 7pm at Walworth Methodist Hall, 54 Camberwell Road (I think Southwark Defend Council Housing have organised this)
Many housing campaigns from across London (and beyond) are part of the Radical Housing Network http://radicalhousingnetwork.org/, more and more people are indeed waking up to the insanity of the housing situation in London, Southwark too is waking from the slumber (last year's meeting about the Aylesbury was a good example http://www.peoplesrepublicofsouthwark.co.uk/hold-news/news/3568-never-trust-a-politician-again)
dee dee wrote:http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/no-social-housing-in-our-luxury-tower-block-boasts-developer-in-advert-for-greenwich-flats-9977145.html
interesting in todays evening sandard
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