Mayor Boris Johnson is the most powerful politician in London when it comes to decisions about housing.
His budget goes to the vote on 23 February and if passed, will mean more sky-high rents, and sell-offs of the public land. It’s a recipe for bigger profits for landlords and developers, and more social cleansing and homelessness for ordinary Londoners.
Join the Radical Housing Network for a week of action, finishing with a mass protest to
BLOCK THE BUDGET
Monday 23 February, 9 – 10am and 12-2pm
City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA
The Radical Housing Network is made up of groups fighting for housing justice, based in London.
Next meeting: Monday 9th February, Unite Regional Office, 3337 Moreland Street, London, EC1V 8BB
Housing: Groups within our network work on a wide range of housing issues, including but not limited to, private renting, social housing, squatting, access to benefits, homelessness, and co-operative housing.
Radical: We feel we are not represented by mainstream politics, and seek to organise a movement for housing justice from below, across tenure, rooted in people’s everyday housing needs. We support a diversity of tactics, including direct action.
Network: The network is a horizontal association; a “group of groups”. We connect and cooperate with each other, across tenure, within and beyond our local neighbourhoods.