Lambeth Council are suing our housing associations to force them to fix the damp problem. This has only happened because of our campaign.
We’re having a meeting for Metropolitan leaseholders in March. Tell us what issues we should focus on
Valens House has a rubbish problem around the Rickards Close entrance to the flats.
Cllr Mary Atkins has asked us to advertise this emergency financial help
Every flat in Baldwin House has now been treated for ants. This only happened because of the residents association campaign.
Lambeth Council are currently engaging with residents to hear their experience of the scheme and answer questions. There’s a meeting on Wednesday 10th February to outline the next steps.
The High Trees CDT are running a zoom course on 11th and 12th February about how you can do work like the work we do.
We are having a second online workshop with Social Landscapes on Tuesday 9th February at 6pm. So please save the date and join us to let us know what you would like to see in this space.
The residents association met Lambeth Council in mid December 2020. The council said they will only take enforcement action on damp if the housing associations don’t reply with a credible plan to fix the damp themselves
We’ve heard some Notting Hill leaseholders have received a letter dated addressed to ‘The Tenant’ insisting that they grant an electrician access to my property to carry out an electrical safety test that they claim is required by law. We don’t believe this law applies to leaseholders, only to general needs tenants.