Besson St: Lewisham council and Grainger building private flats on demolished council estate
[responsivevoice_button] Besson Street in New Cross is the target for Lewisham
Waterstones paying millions to US ‘vulture fund’ owners while denying staff living wage
[responsivevoice_button] Waterstones staff are demanding to be paid the living wage.
Can the University of London afford to bring its workers in-house?
[responsivevoice_button] Cleaners, security guards, catering staff and other workers at the
It’s here: Worlds End!
[responsivevoice_button] Doom, despair, denial, depression, IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD!!!!
Tidemill update: the trees come down, the battle for Deptford continues
[responsivevoice_button] Corporate Watch has been glad to support Deptford people fighting
Who’s gentrifying Deptford? Identifying the profiteers, making strategies
[responsivevoice_button] On Saturday 23 February Corporate Watch ran a meeting called
Who’s gentrifying Deptford? 15 development schemes and the investors behind them
[responsivevoice_button] In the meeting with the Tidemill campaign, we started to
Who’s gentrifying Deptford? public meeting with the Tidemill Campaign this Saturday
[responsivevoice_button] Councillors, Housing Associations, Property Developers, Investors … who are the companies and individuals pushing the gentrification
Mears Group: scandal-hit council housing profiteer turns asylum landlord
[responsivevoice_button] Mears is an outsourcing company working in two sectors: housing
Elbit Systems: company profile
[responsivevoice_button] Elbit Systems, based in Haifa, is Israel’s largest privately-owned arms
The Zombie Technofix
Relying on unproven technologies such as Carbon Capture and Storage is
New asylum contracts: Mears Group and Migrant Help win big, as G4S loses housing deal
Update: see our new company profile of Mears Group here. A
Coming Soon: WORLDS END!
d Doom, despair, denial, depression, IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD!!!!
Kier: Building controversy
Kier is a multinational construction company and the principal contractor building
Who owns your water and how they’ll try to keep it
If water privatisation is ended, one group in particular is going