We recently reported on a close escape by a tenant of One Housing Group (OHG) when a lump of metal fell from a neighbour's window onto the communal garden. The slab of lead that narrowly missed Ms Smith The lump of lead that Ms Smith said "could have easily killed me or any of the… Continue reading It’s All a Facade
Bessie Smith* a keyworker and tenant of One Housing Group (OHG) in Newham was left shaken and afraid to leave her home after a 20 kilogram lump of lead fell from an upstairs neighbour's window. For the latest news on this story, see It's All a Facade. The slab of lead that narrowly missed Ms… Continue reading Falling Metal: Close Escape for One Housing Tenant
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
SHAC activists and housing association tenants and housing workers from the Unite housing branch gathered outside City Hall before the London Assembly housing committee met to quiz a group of London housing association Chief Executives (CEOs) on October 4th 2018.