As well as sector-wide campaigning. SHAC now organises in three housing associations, enabling tenants and residents to meet, discuss issues, and formulate an action plan specifically relating to their landlord.

These groups bring together tenants and residents associations (TRAs) and individuals on estates where no TRA exists. They will enhance not replace estate-level organisation.

Members of the three groups have already begun formulating the demands around which they aim to campaign, and have their own pages on the website:

We are also considering setting up a SHAC@NHG for Notting Hill Genesis so please register for this if you would be interested.

Registration Form

Data Protection: Your details will be kept confidential by the SHAC admin team. We will send you details of the next SHAC@ meeting for your landlord by email and may communicate by text or phone to let you know of activity. You will also be sent an appointment for the meeting. SHAC does not market products and will never try to ‘sell’ anything using the details you provide.

Or you can email your responses here:

4 thoughts on “SHAC@”

  1. Really grateful for this opportunity because currently my landlord, Clarion, are not responding to me regarding their recent massive increase in service charges, and another serious issue. I might need some support with it. Happy to be involved and also looking to join local Renters Union. With the government changes in housing policy directly affecting social landlords, the lack of resources and suchlike, we are seeing a drastic change of direction by these social landlords to a business model, away from the original remit to support the most vulnerable in society and those on low incomes and provide adequate affordable housing. Nothing is secure. Sadly, gone are the days where working class people and poorer families felt they had a home for life.

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    1. We have had massive service charge increases in E3 and they actively seek to prevent going through complaints process and chase for arrears that they apply without justification. Its a sham.

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  2. Same with me. Massive increase in service charges. Rude, poor, uncommunicative customer service. The latest is as a leaseholder in one block of four flats is that they are trying to charge me for works/repairs done to another block next door! I’ve never been responsible for this! Been in my flat for nearly 18 year’s! I need help/ assistance with this fight, I’ve barely got the mental capacity to deal with this.

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