Coronavirus rent crisis
If your situation is urgent please fill out the form on this page: https://londonrentersunion.org/member-solidarity
Thank you! We’ll be in touch soon!
Here’s the link to the template letter you can use to start a conversation with your landlord about the rent crisis (en español).
In the meantime, here are two more steps you can take:
1. Share your situation and use the hashtag #SuspendRent.
2. You can join the London Renters Union today for £4 per month. It’s free if you don’t have an income at the moment.
The benefits of joining:
- Join a city-wide community of renters fighting together.
- We’ll do our best to support you through the Coronavirus pandemic and any other housing issues you face.
- Get involved in our movement and take action with other renters. The more people join the union, the stronger our collective action can be.
👉Set up a paid membership for £4 per month here.
If you don’t have an income, you can join for free here.
JOIN THE LONDON RENTERS UNION
We’re a members-led, campaigning union and we’re taking action to make sure all Londoners have a decent, affordable and secure home. Join our community today and become part of the movement to transform the housing system.
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