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4th December – LRU all member assembly 2021

London Renters Union all member assembly 2021
11am-2:30pm, Saturday December 4

This event will definitely take place online on December 4. We are also looking at the possibility of a limited number of members gathering in person as part of the day.

The Covid pandemic continues to show us that London’s housing system is rigged in favour of landlords, developers and property companies. Many of us have faced eviction because of the pandemic. Overcrowding and unsafe conditions have made staying safe during the pandemic even harder. Workers have been rushed back to work to protect the profits of real estate companies that rent out office and retail space.

This event will definitely take place online on December 4. We are also looking at the possibility of a limited number of members gathering in person as part of the day.

Renters like you are getting organised and fighting back. Together the LRU continues to go from strength to strength. This year we’ve set up new groups across the city that are flourishing. We’ve resisted evictions and supported scores of renters to stay in their homes. We’ve got organised and won repairs worth thousands of pounds from big landlords.

If we want to win the big changes to the housing system we all need, we need to take our movement to the next level. We need you.

Join other renters at our All Member Assembly on December 4 for a day of celebration and conversation. This not-to-be-missed event is your chance to:

⚡️Hear from LRU members and branches about our WINS over the past year

🏠 Get more involved in the London Renters Union community

📣 Help shape our plans for 2022

Is this an online event or will it take place in person?

This event will mainly be online. Some LRU members will be gathering at Hamilton House in Euston but numbers are extremely limited due to Covid precautions. If you would like to attend in person, please fill out the registration form and tick the box in the registration form below. Names will be drawn from a hat at random and people that can be offered a place will be notified on Friday November 26.

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