Ditch the Developers’ Charter – Online Meeting, November 7th

Consultation on the government’s Planning White Paper is still open. Homes for All has been involved in preparing a collective response to this “developer’s charter” which would lead to even fewer homes working class people can afford. 

Please add your own voice, using the link below.  The deadline is 29th October:

To build the fight against the Planning White Paper, we’re holding a 
dedicated online meeting to discuss how to fight back against this injustice on November 7th 2020 at 11:00 AM.
The meeting will be held via Zoom, meeting details will be sent to our database – email us if you would like to join.

Despite the scale of the housing crisis, public land and money is still being handed to private developers, instead of being used to build the homes we need.  A shocking example is at the ex- Holloway Prison in north London, where Peabody Housing Association, who made £197 million last year, have acquired a 10-acre site where 1,000 council homes could be built.  Peabody got the site for £81 million thanks to loans and grants from the Mayor of London.  But now they’re trying to renege on their promise that at least 42% of the new homes will be for social rent. 

slington Homes for All has set up a petition in protest.  Please sign and share by going to their Facebook page: