The Parliamentary Campaign for Council Housing is delighted to invite council tenants from across the country to meet MPs and give their views on the current issues and priorities for council housing.
It will take place on 9th July 6-8pm at the House of Commons.
The event will include a short slot for each delegation to say what they see as the main concerns in relation to council housing locally and nationally. This can be backed up by written evidence if people want to go into more detail.
We hope this will be written up into a report, and will help to shape the argument for more direct investment in existing and new council housing.
Tenant groups from Leeds, Edinburgh, Carlisle, Swindon, Stroud, Cambridge and Harlow are among those so far saying they will take part. Joint delegations along with local trade unions and councillors are welcome.
Please email jamie.sweeney (at) parliament.uk if you would like to attend.