Housing Archive

Tidemill: factsheet on the battle for Deptford

Early in the morning of 29 October around 150 bailiffs and

Campaign kicks off against G4S and Serco asylum housing contracts

As we have reported in recent updates, the Home Office is

The Hostile Environment: turning the UK into a nation of border cops

[responsivevoice_button] A run-down of the Home Office’s “hostile environment” measures against

Hyde Housing: strapped for cash or hungry for profit?

[responsivevoice_button] Hyde Housing has told residents it “can no longer afford”

The Round-Up: rough sleeper immigration raids and charity collaboration

[responsivevoice_button] Homelessness outreach charities are helping Immigration Enforcement round up and

Transport for London seeks new powers with developers

[responsivevoice_button] Transport for London (TfL) is currently seeking to team up

Boris Johnson at MIPIM: the world’s largest property fair

[responsivevoice_button] Think of any community in the UK (or even worldwide)

Soundings: The Consultation Industry in the Elephant & Castle

[responsivevoice_button] SNAG (Southwark Notes Archives Group) tells Corporate Watch about the

King’s Cross Central: ‘a crude exercise in social engineering’

[responsivevoice_button] King’s Cross Central, one of Europe’s biggest inner city regeneration

Preparing London for the Corporate Games: the Docklands Planning Model

[responsivevoice_button] Ian Blunt explains how legislation and ‘democratic’ processes were adapted

Bread and circuses: the shady business of the International Olympic Committee

[responsivevoice_button] Ian Blunt and Beth Lawrence outline some key events in

Corporate Olympics: Introduction

[responsivevoice_button] Now that the Olympics and Paralympics and all the associated

The countdown to the Olympic con continues

[responsivevoice_button] As the London Olympics approaches, and more and more corporations