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  • Don’t Make Gustavo Homeless

    One of the outcomes of the crisis of social housing is that it is now almost impossible to be homeless and considered in priority need by your council. One effect of this has been women fleeing domestic violence being no longer considered priority unless they have children. Or in Gustavo’s case a 52 year old […]


  • Build up to Radical Housing Week

    We are going to use the café in 77 Atlantic road on Wednesday morning 10am to 12noon to make banners and signs to use on the stalls on Saturday and any other action which takes place over that weekend. Can you come Wednesday to help? (also to make last minute arrangements for actions and direct […]


  • Film Showing – Utopia London

    There was a time when London united around the vision of a better future. A group of young idealists were fusing science and art to build an egalitarian city Utopia London is the documentary of their story Film Screening – Utopia London Saturday 14th February, 5pm Art Nouveau Cafe, 77 Atlantic Road, Brixton, SW9 8PU […]


  • March For Homes

    Saturday’s March for Homes was big, so much bigger than we feared it might be, staring out the window at the morning’s snow and the sleet. Really, we were marching to have the ability to have a window to stare out of. Thousands walked from South London, meeting up with feeder marches from the East […]


  • New Venue for Our Planning Meetings

    We have a new venue for our planning meetings: Art Nouveau Café. It’s a nice relaxed atmosphere, children are welcome and it’s run by someone the Guinness Trust wants to evict. Our next planning meeting is on Monday Open Planning Meeting Monday 2nd February, 7pm – 9pm Art Nouveau Cafe, 77 Atlantic Road, Brixton, SW9 […]


  • Public Meeting – A Tale of Two Cities

    Public Meeting – A Tale of Two Cities Monday 26th January 7:30pm Karibu Centre, Gresham Road, Brixton Let us know you’re coming on facebook Join community and trade union activists to discuss the roots of the housing crisis in London and the possibilities for change. Speakers include: Lyndsey Garrett, who has become a figurehead for […]


  • March For Homes

    We encourage everyone to support the March for Homes March For Homes Control Rents, Hands off Council Housing; Affordable and Secure homes for all Saturday 31st January 12noon St Mary’s Churchyard, SE1 6SQ (near Elephant & Castle) You can download publicity here, or email fredmilson AT aol DOT com to get hard copies We’ll be […]


  • Make Stockwell Skate Park an Asset of Community Value

    Reposted from the Friends of Stockwell Skatepark Southbank Undercroft is now listed as an Asset of Community Value, Stockwell Skatepark should be too. “Who can nominate?” “The right to nominate a property is restricted to certain types of community group. The first test is to show a local connection. For properties in Lambeth that means […]


  • Latest Issue of Our Newsletter

    The latest issue of our newslette is out with a big article on Nine Elms and smaller articles on Housing Coops, Lambeth Renters and Leigham Court You can download a copy of our newsletter here We now need to get the newsletter distributed round Lambeth. If you can help out, please contact us, or come […]


  • Housing Activists at Club Integral

    Club Integral are coming to Loughborough Junction this Friday Club Integral Friday 14th November, 8pm The Cambria, 40 Kemerton Road, SE5 9AR The club is “home to the uncategorisable” so of course we’d never dream of categorising it ourselves. But others might classify it as an activist event as people from Lambeth Housing Activists and […]