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As a result of the housing transfer program, all leaseholders that used to be represented by Tower Hamlets Leaseholders Association (THLA), found themselves to be lacking a united representation when problems started with the new landlord Eastend Homes. Leaseholders were not consulted for the transfer and they found themselves with a new landlord who was imposed on them.
Their numerous issues – most of them created by Eastend Homes – are not heard by the new landlord, because leaseholders are weak, fragmented and unrepresented.
Residents getting ready to fight EastendHomes – in front of the car park destined for a 6-storey development Some pictures from the campaign click here Well the meeting is over and the car park will remain while EastendHomes go away to reconsider their plans.At the meeting Thursday night members of the committee voted in our […]
Holland Estate residents fury with East End Homes Last Wednesday 3rd June, residents packed into the BBC community centre on Holland Estate. Leaseholders on the Holland Estate are absolutely furious about broken promises from East end Homes and the massive increases in service charges that East End Homes have levied on leaseholders
Have you read the “Statement of Community Involvement” here – if you have not yet read it (a large pdf file) – do you feel you have been consulted. If you are thinking “consulted about what” – see here – and scroll down. From the Statement of Community Involvement… “This statement seeks to provide information […]
Images below are from the “Addendum to Design, Access and Landscape Statement” – download the whole document from LBTH Planning – click this link Site 1 – Area around Ennerdale and Southern Grove 1) View north east up Southern Grove (from the gates of the cemetery). 2) View west to rear of site (looking across […]
After two failed attempts, in May and July 2008, respectively, due to irregularities and discrepancies in the Officers’ reports, the London Borough of Tower Hamlets (LBTH) Strategic Development Committee (SDC), on 28 August 2008, granted consent to EeH proposed scheme for St Georges Estate, based on 25% affordable housing being financed by the 65% market homes and assurances it received about an additional 10% affordable housing being financed by a Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) grant.
EastendHomes have not consulted residents properly on their building plans, so residents from Eric, Treby and Brokesley organised a public meeting for an open discussion 70 residents attended the public meeting organised by local residents at the Eric & Treby estates held at the East London Tabernacle, Monday 15 June 2009. Two local councillors spoke: […]