Whitefields Regeneration and Housing issues.

Whitefields School Claremont road London NW2 1TR is now booked for local housing meeting 6:30 – 9:00pm 30/6/15
A meeting has been called on behalf of the local and surrounding community to help deal with the Regeneration project and Housing issues.
Over 100 residents have signed and sent in Objections to the Developers and Barnet councils Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO). This will mean a Public Inquiry will take place, this will allow you the resident to voice your opinions.
To make sure your views are not just heard but also listened to you have to go through a specific procedure.
The regeneration project will affect everyone, their homes, their health, their financial future.
If the CPO is agreed by the secretary of state it means that all home owners will only be able to sell their homes to one buyer and their buying price can come down to one person’s perception of what that person decides is a fair price. Your opinion will not count.
Secure council tenants could lose their security and can be forced to move where the council and the developer wants the tenants to move to not where the tenants would like to move to. Putting at risk your secure tenancy.  
Unsecured and housing association tenants could have a very uncertain future.
All the above is based on actual events that have already happened to other homeowners and tenants on other regeneration estates in Barnet.
This meeting will give you the resident to gain information to help you make your own. A decision that could well affect the rest of your life

Tenants and housing summit 13 June

Stop privatisation; improve existing and build a new generation of first class council housing
Tenants and housing summit 13 June
Tenants and housing campaigners are meeting on 13 June in London to spell out how we will win our demands after the election.
With Focus E15, New Era, Sweets Way, Fred Wigg, Aylesbury and Cressingham and the March for Homes inspiring growing resistance, the 13 June event will bring together tenants and campaigners to work out our next steps, demanding and winning change, targetting whoever forms the next Government.

The ‘summit’ event, called by Defend Council Housing, is already supported by Housing Justice the churches housing campaign,and Generation Rent, organising private renters. Others taking part include Welsh Tenants, Disabled People Against Cuts, trade unions, estates fighting demolition and privatisation, Anti Bedroom Tax and benefits campaigns and the Radical Housing Network; others also invited.
The Tenants and Housing summit event is on 13 June 11-4.30pm at Bloomsbury Baptist Church Hall in central London.
Sessions on What Next for March for Homes, the Tenants Manifesto, Anti Benefit Cuts campaigns, trade unions and housing, Private renters and rent control, and the Fight for Council Housing – against demolition, sell off and privatisation.
Get your tenant group, trade union or community organisation to come along. For more details and leaflets contact info@defendcouncilhousing.org.uk.
Other News
Cambridge’s Housing Crisis meeting Tue 28 April with speakers from Generation Rent, Defend COuncil Housing, and Kevin Price Exec Councillor for Housing 28th April, at 7.30, at Ross St Community Centre Cambridge.
Hammersmith Council in west London, is considering privatisation of all 12.500 council homes. A DCH leaflet sets out why this is a threat to tenants – copies and details from info@defendcouncilhousing.org.uk for leaflets.
What you can do
Get your organisation to send people to the 13 June summit event: Tenants and Housing – after the election. Contact info@defendcouncilhousing.org.uk for more details
Re/affiliate to DCH 2015 – form here and more here.
Further information from www.defendcouncilhousing.org.uk
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Barnet Left Unity meeting

Barnet Left Unity meeting
TUESDAY 19 MAY, 6:30-8:30pm
What next after the election?
Glyn Robbins, LU candidate in Tower Hamlet​s and housing campaigner
Andrew Burgin, LU national officer
And speakers from local unions and housing campaigns
Venue: the Greek Cypriot centre
Britannia Road, N12 9RU, North Finchley
1 7 8 9