Radical Housing Network

Radical Housing Network

The Radical Housing Network is a London network of almost 30 housing groups. Housing: Groups within our network work on a wide range of housing issues, including but not limited to, private renting, social housing, squatting, access to benefits, homelessness, and co-operative housing. Radical: We feel we are not represented by mainstream politics, and seek to organise a movement for housing justice from below, across tenure, rooted in people’s everyday housing needs. We support a diversity of tactics, including direct action. Network: The network is a horizontal association; a “group of groups”. We connect and cooperate with each other, across tenure, within and beyond our local neighbourhoods.



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London, United Kingdom

Housing White Paper – A Dissappointment

Three Radical Housing Network members respond to the Housing White Paper: “The HWP is a huge disappointment, tinkering round the edges while London’s housing system burns. The Government needs...
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No Khan Do

A guest blog from our friend Glyn Robbins at Axe the Housing Act. Sadiq Khan said he would make his 2016 election campaign a ‘referendum on housing’.  When he needed votes, Khan talked...
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People need homes – empty spaces need people! Oxford resistance.

  This morning Oxford residents and local homeless people dropped an enormous banner from the front of the old VW garage on Iffley Road declaring “People need homes, empty spaces need people”...
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Why UK activists should look to grassroots internationalism post-Brexit

Guest post with thoughts from Jacob Wills, co coordinator of European Network for the Right to Housing and the City, a network of which the Radical Housing Network is a member. The discussions in...
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The Housing Act Remains a Threat

by Glyn Robbins,  from Unite housing workers, Defend Council Housing and ‘Axe the Housing Act’ The partial U-turn on ‘Pay to Stay’ is very welcome, but it’s not...
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