Posted Sat 28 Apr '18NHHG ManagementWhat should residents be asking for?
No increases of rent, service charges, or any other charges without resident agreement.
Repairs, cyclical maintenance, regeneration projects should be overseen by Local Resident Boards with resident majorities.
Let's have transparency and democracy! ... More
Posted Thu 22 Mar '18Housing CrisisArch agents of social cleansing and government advisors Savills are auctioning-off desperately needed social housing. With record homelessness, over 300,000 Londoners languishing on housing waiting lists and many more condemned to over-priced, under-regulated private renting, the city needs every genuinely affordable rented home it has. ... More
Posted Fri 02 Mar '18NHHG ManagementThe management of Genesis Housing Association and Notting Hill Housing refused to hold an independent ballot proposed by residents campaigners. 22 Board members and 156 Shareholders took the decision on the merger. That means the 170,000 residents had no vote. ... More
Posted Sun 14 Jan '18NHHGBrilliant article in the Guardian about the merger ... More
Posted Sun 07 Jan '18DemosThis is the most important protest to date. It's finally here, the shareholders vote on the merger. Please show support for shareholders voting against the merger on Tues 16th Jan '18 from 17:00 to 19:00 ... More
Posted Tue 19 Dec '17Housing CrisisThe ‘Big Housing Debate’ wasn’t really a debate, because no one really had the gall to disagree with the general sentiments ... ... More
Posted Tue 12 Dec '17CooperativesThe merger poses a very real threat to Housing Co-op's, our committee member Shelley explains why ... More
Posted Tue 12 Dec '17Latest NewsNewsletter featuring articles written about the merger between Notting Hill Housing Group and the threat to Frestonia ... More
"Tenant participation post-Grenfell: How to listen to and engage with tenants in the 21st century". ... More
Posted Sat 11 Nov '17NHHG ManagementNew planning application for Newcombe House skyscrapper on Notting Hill Gate will provide insignificant increase in 'affordable' housing. Is Notting Hill Housing Group colluding with a luxury property developer to sidestep the law? ... More