The south of the borough is earmarked for significant housing growth. Click here to read more.
The number of social rented homes built by the government has fallen by a “disastrous” 96 per cent since the Conservatives took over, Labour warned today. Click here to read more.
National delegate conference backs a range of approaches to tackle the shortage of affordable housing in a passionate debate. Click here to read more.
Almost half of council-owned tower blocks in Waltham Forest are deemed by inspectors to pose a “substantial” fire risk to residents… Click here to hear more.
Care homes across two boroughs are not meeting fire safety standards. The London Fire Brigade conducted an audit after the Grenfell Tower tragedy and found a total of 34 care homes in Waltham Forest and 20 care homes in Redbridge…
Suzanne Muna explains how Unite housing workers branch will be hosting its own ‘Alternative Housing Awards’ to highlight the disconnect between the executives and those they should be serving. Click here to read more.
Over 200,000 dwellings left vacant across the country. Click here to read more.
Companies have been exposed encouraging people to break strict short-term letting laws in London, an undercover BBC investigation has found. Click here to read more.
Residents in Leyton have hit out at plans to create a new town centre around Lea Bridge Station as “privatising public land”. Click here to read more.
10 comments Waltham Forest’s cabinet has agreed to repurchase 66 homes on Marlowe Road in Walthamstow. They were once council owned, but were sold to private company Countryside some years ago. Now, the council plans to buy back the properties as…