All Member Assembly 2022 Saturday December 10, 11-5pm
All Member Assembly 2022
Saturday December 10, 11-5pm,
11-5pm – ArtsXchange, 263-269 City Rd, London EC1V 1JX
It is almost time for our annual All Member Assembly – the meeting for LRU members across London to come together, celebrate our victories and make plans for the coming years.
This year has been a tough one for renters. Prices, bills and rents are going up much faster than our income. Landlords and estate agents are using the current crisis as an excuse to put up rents.
But together, we’ve won commitments from councils and dozens of disputes against landlords and letting agents. We’re supporting each other to stay in our homes. We’re building renter power and our amazing community is now 6,300 renters strong.
This year’s LRU All Member Assembly will be an important one because we’ll be discussing our key priorities for the coming five years. This is your chance to help shape the future of the union.
Join other renters at our All Member Assembly on Saturday 10 December for a day of celebration and conversation. This is your chance to:
⭐️️ Hear from LRU members and branches about our wins over the past year
🗣Help shape our strategy for 2023-2028 and vote on important decisions for how we organise together
📣 Get more involved in LRU
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