This page has links to groups, campaigns etc in London.
Groups which are members of Just Space are also listed on the members page here. Among those member-groups, the London Tenants Federation comprises council tenant groups across London, many of which also represent leaseholders in council property. The London Forum of Civic and Amenity Societies is an umbrella group for hundreds of local societies and has a very active and informative web site and twitter feed.
EstateWatch.London is a new (2020) resource supporting council and housing association estate tenants threatened by demolition.
King’s Cross Railway Lands Group (closed 2013)
Future Transport London previously known as Campaign for Better Transport (CBT).
London Voluntary Service Council now closed. In its place Just Space is participating in Our Way Ahead which is a grassroots network of London networks, formed as an alternative to a more corporate / NGO-based group The Way Ahead with this background. Connecting Londoners is also a part of this constellation of discussions. Our November 2017 blog post is: https://wordpress.com/post/justspace.org.uk/2661 And here is a Feb 2018 write-up of a meeting from David Wilcox http://www.connectinglondoners.blog/2018/lots-of-plans-affecting-london-civil-society—now-we
Ealing Matters– a network of 60 groups, and with a fine fly-through video of huge blocks in the pipeline.
Wards Corner Community Coalition Seven Sisters, Tottenham
Friends of Queens Market Upton Park, Newham
Reclaim.London is a campaign launched in March 2015.
Take Back the City is a campaign launched the day after the General Election May 2015.
Communities influencing & challenging developments in London is a project led by the London Tenants Federation, with cooperation from Just Space and grant support from the Trust for London. It aims to provide a space for community groups to share and exchange around what’s happening in London’s largest development areas (opportunity and intensification areas) and to link groups that are attempting to influence and/or challenge plans for their areas. The project had a web site but it lapsed.
Radical Housing Network formed in 2013 to link London and other British campaigns and to link also with European international actions and solidarity events. http://radicalhousingnetwork.org
The Antipode Foundation cooperates with Just Space and has a blogpost on precarious London housing (indeed precarious everything) at http://antipodefoundation.org/2012/04/16/precarity-and-housing-politics-in-austerity-london-uk
London Renters (The London Private Tenants Coalition) has a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LondonPrivateTenantsCoallition
London Renters’ Union is launching 2017.
Digs is private renters in Hackney http://hackneyrenters.org/
Brent http://www.advice4renters.org.uk/ (previously called Brent Private Tenants’ Rights Group)
Camden Federation of private tenants http://cfpt.org.uk/
Southwark Tenants is private renters https://www.facebook.com/SouthwarkTenants
Lambeth Renters is private renters http://lambethrenters.wordpress.com/
Tower Hamlets private renters http://towerhamletsrenters.org/
Waltham Forest renters on twitter as
@WF_renters but ¿no URL yet
SQUASH Squatters Action for Secure Homes http://www.squashcampaign.org/
Brent Cross Coalition http://brentcrosscoalition.blogspot.co.uk/
Deptford is campaigning on Convoy’s Wharf http://www.deptfordis.org.uk
Ledbury Estate https://www.ledburyestate.com
Evictions: A London-wide group: http://evictionresistance.org.uk
London Neighbourhood Planners – a new (in 2015) organisation of people doing neighbourhood planning
London Citizens launched a Housing Manifesto in January 2016 at http://www.citizensuk.org/housing_manifesto_2016_launch
Squatting London is a research project based at Sheffield University, led by Dr Samuel Burgum https://squattinglondon.wordpress.com/about
Fix My Block is a new (2020) resource to help residents of social housing blocks secure safety improvements from their landlords. Legal and practical advice.