2018 CONFERENCE FOR SOCIAL HOUSING TENANTS - A tenant-led deal for social housing in London - including speakers and workshops on the social housing green paper and developing a positive future for social housing in London CONFERENCE INVITE - don't forget to book!

Just ten percent of homes delivered in London in 2016/17 were social / affordable rent - LTF analysis of the data from the September 2018 London Plan Annual Monitoring Report

Four things LTF will be looking for in the 2018 Social Housing Green Paper - A positive future for social housing in London

LTF engaged with London Assembly Housing Committee investigation - social housing tenants' involvement in decision-making about their homes post-Grenfell:

Consultation on estate demolition ballots:

LTF is working with Prof Loretta Lees, Leicester University, on her Economic and Social Research Council grant funded project, focused on Gentrification, Displacement, and the Impacts of Council Estate Renewal in C21st London. The research so far shows that 54,263 social-rented homes have been demolished since 1997. A conservative estimate of 135,658 council tenants and leaseholders have been/are being displaced as a result.

London Tenants Federation's response to the draft London Plan March 2018

The London Mayor has finally (Feb. 2018) published his good practice guide on estate regeneration (a year on from publishing the consultation).

Help to sustain LTF. London social housing TRAs, TMOs and co-operatives are invited to become LTF Associate Members. See more on our 'about us' page for more details' Associate membership is £25 pa.