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London Renters Union is recruiting a Coordinator to work on a fixed term contract (4 months) starting at the beginning of December. The Coordinator holds a vital role in ensuring the day-to-day work of maintaining and growing the union happens effectively.
Rogue landlords: Too often, enforcement schemes are about border control rather than protecting renters
We know that banning criminal landlords isn’t working and that local licensing schemes are too weak to seriously improve conditions.
Arthur’s private rented flat was infested with rats, mice and cockroaches, and although he’d raised concerns with his letting agent, little had been done. Working shifts on a zero hours contract through a subcontractor as a security guard with health conditions preventing him from working more, Arthur figured he was stuck with intolerable conditions for life.
Has your landlord ever treated you unfairly? Do you want to learn how collective action can help renters to win better conditions?
The LRU welcomes plans by Labour to support the new and growing renters movement through the creation of a £20m seed fund for renters unions
Door knocking and street stalls are an easy, fun way to get involved with the London Renters Union,
After months of building the union in east London, and with more than 200 members on board, we held our first member forum on July 4th.
We’re fighting to transform the housing system and win homes for people not profit
To get involved and support each other: 1-4pm // Saturday 8 September, Waterloo Action Resource Centre, SE1 7AA
London Renters Union members in east London have won much-needed repairs to their homes after taking collective action through the union
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