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

Next RHN Monthly meeting

The next RHN meeting will be on Monday 12th November at 7pm Unite the Union Offices 33-37 Moreland St, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 8BB Come and discuss how we can learn from the Take Back The City movement...
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Home Truths: Join us on 7th July

Home Truths at the DIY Space for London 96-108 Ormside St, SE15 1TF Sunday 8th July 1.30pm to 10pm Organised by the Radical Housing Network and Rainbow Collective An afternoon and evening of films,...
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Our first newsletter is out!

Our first newsletter is out ! Download, have a read about some of what’s been going on in the network, and housing struggles across London. Please share! The link is here or you can check the...
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Prime Minister May’s announcement on housing means more of the same failed policies

Responding to the Prime Minister’s conference announcement on housing, Radical Housing Network said: “May is pumping £10bn into a housing policy that worsens the housing crisis: Help...
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Prime Minister May’s announcement on housing means more of the same failed policies

Responding to the Prime Minister’s conference announcement on housing, Radical Housing Network said: “May is pumping £10bn into a housing policy that worsens the housing crisis: Help...
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