We bring together social housing tenant organisations from across the capital to act on matters that affect our homes and communities.
Our priority is to ensure tenants are involved in the production of London-wide housing and planning policy and influencing national housing policy.
Formally established in 2002, our roots as a forum for London’s council housing tenants go back to the 1980s.
Our objectives and policy positions are set by our members: social housing tenant and leaseholder organisations operating across a whole or part of a London borough or housing association and accountable to grassroots Tenants and Residents Associations (TRAs).
Among our members are the London Federation of Housing Co-ops and the National Federation of Tenant Management Organisations (TMOs), the latter having a large percentage of London-based TMO members.
Our Associate Members, local Tenants and Residents Associations (TRAs), benefit from priority access to our events, training and online resources.