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October 31, 2019

2019 has marked 100 years since the Addison Act brought decent low-cost rented housing to working class households across London. From July onward, London and the country as a whole has lit up with social housing estates and neighbourhoods holding parties and events to celebrate the milestone. Ampthill Square Tenants…

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August 7, 2019

LTF's Treasurer, Ron Hollis, makes the case for a nationwide tenant-led reassessment of government social rent setting.

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July 7, 2019

London Tenants Federation (LTF) is one of fifteen organisations to have been offered a place on the Mayor’s new London Housing Panel. The Panel will be chaired by Raji Hunjan, CEO of the Zacchaeus 2000 Trust and brings together voluntary and community organisations to discuss and help inform London-wide housing…

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May 31, 2019

Fran Heron argues that the Mayor of London could tackle poverty head-on by setting an ambitious target for new homes for social rent.

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February 8, 2019

For the next ten weeks, London Tenants Federation members will be giving up their time to speak at fifteen sessions of the London Plan public hearing at City Hall. Here's why.

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July 27, 2018

Ahead of the publication of the Social Housing Green Paper in August 2018, we set out our four litmus tests for a positive future for social housing in London.

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July 8, 2018

London Tenants Federation (LTF) are calling for 40,000 new social rented homes to be built each year in London for the next ten years to address the city’s housing crisis. In their statement, A positive future for social housing in London, published ahead of the Social Housing Green Paper,…

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    Case Study: How Tenant Management turned things around for an estate in Camden

    Meet Lola and Omari, Directors at Godwin and Crowndale Tenant Management Co-op (TMC), and learn how tenants there took control when things were going wrong.

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