Our workshop for Southwark’s private tenants took place on 20th March in partnership with Southwark Refugee Communities Forum. If you missed it – don’t worry! We have summarized the most prominent questions and answers in this article.
Nearly six months after launching our website for private renters, the very first issue of our newsletter is finally here!
The Renters’ Reform Coalition is organizing a Renters’ Day of Action on Tuesday, 21st March.
GenerationRent has launched a petition seeking to make private renters eligible for legal aid in disrepair cases. The petition hopes to tackle landlord negligence and help tenants recover the damages. While it is the landlord’s legal duty to ensure that their rental properties are kept in a good state of repair, many tenants still live […]
Southwark Council has announced support for Southwark residents who struggle to pay for food, energy and other essentials. Due to the ongoing Cost of Living crisis, Southwark Council has set up a Cost of Living Fund to provide financial support to low-income households at risk of hardship. The fund is currently open to applications from […]
With the start of a new year and new resolutions, we are looking back on the things we achieved in 2022.
Journalist Lewis Goodall speaks to activists, renters, estate agents and landlords, and asks – why is private renting so bad? The latest TheNewsAgents podcast episode is free to listen and explains why.
London Renters union is organizing #RentFreezeNow – a day of action on December 3rd 2022.
Beginning on the 17th September and running throughout the week, our project partner Generation Rent will be hosting a Renters’ Rights Awareness Week offering free webinars on various renting issues.