Falling incomes, benefit cuts and the Bedroom tax mean Secure tenancies and lower rents are more important than ever. With five million people on council waiting lists, we need to step up pressure for investment in a new generation of first class council housing.
The Lyons Housing Review identifies the demand for new council homes, but not the investment needed.
Tenants fighting the Bedroom Tax, and threats to demolish or sell-off their homes, are calling on trade unions, councillors and MPs to join us, and halt the attacks on our homes.
A London March for Homes on 31 Jan is demanding Hands off council housing, controlled rents and affordable, secure homes for all - see leaflet.
Ask your trade union, tenants association or campaign to support it model motion.
Call on Councillors to condemn Government calling council homes 'brownfield estates'petition here.
Action growing - What You Can Do
Mon 10 November 7pm, meeting: Public Housing in Barnet - The Crown Moran Hotel, 142-152 Cricklewood Broadway, London NW2 3ED
15 Nov DCH with Anti Bed Tax and Benefit Justice, Disabled People Against Cuts, PCS union and Focus E15 campaign workshop at Unite the Resistance conference central London
15 Nov Scottish Anti Bedroom Tax Federation lobby against cuts at SNP conference, Perth
22 Nov Wales Says NO to the Bedroom Tax - Decent Homes for All! 12:00pm Outside The Senedd/Welsh Assembly Building, Cardiff CF99 1NA
23 Nov 2.30pm meeting of London estates fighting demolition and threat to homes: Bread and Roses pub details here
3 Dec Leeds Hands off our Homes meeting: email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 07930 966205
31 Jan March for Homes 12 noon from Elephant and Castle to City Hall London first leaflet here