Eastend Homes & Fire Safety at Denning Point

Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety In the light of the system failures which have been revealed by testing carried out in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster, Government has commissioned an urgent, independent review of building and fire safety regulations and their effectiveness. Residents’ are invited to a meeting meeting with […]

Eastend Homes, Calders Wharf & Island Gardens

Calders Wharf – 20 June Eastend Homes Calders Wharf update 20 June 2017 Yes – Calders Wharf (Community Asset) still there but in state of decline. Eastend Homes must be still sorting out loose ends left on St George Estate by Grenfell contractor Rydon. Or dealing with the Aluminium Rainscreen cladding on top of the […]

A trip down memory lane…

from June 2002 Tower Hamlets is offering all estates the opportunity to get involved in setting up a new not-for- profit housing organisation, independent from the Council. The new community landlord could take over some of the estates in the borough if residents agree. There has already been interest from some estates in this option. […]

EastendHomes quids in with Public Money

A recent FOI request (FOI 12797 Stock Transfer of Housing) has revealed just how much public money Social Landlord Eastend Homes Ltd got when homes & land were transferred (mostly for no cost) during Housing Choice. A waping £107 million from the DCLG was trousered by the council sponsored landlord for transfers between 2005 & 2007 […]

EastEnd Homes residents win the battle to save their homes

Residents of the Holland Estate in London’s Spitalfields have won the battle to save their homes from the demolition proposed by registered social landlord EastEnd Homes. After a high profile campaign led to increasing local, political and media pressure, EastEnd Homes has revoked the demolition notice they served on the estate of 4 low rise […]

Ten years on…. what went wrong!!

New community landlord takes shape – How it all started in 2002 New community landlord takes shape – How it all started in 2002 How the idea of Eastend Homes came to be in the mind of Paul Bloss (then Assistant Director of Housing at LBTH) as presented to residents in the fun packed “Open House” […]

Public Meeting with John Biggs – 25th July

BBC Residents campaign against proposed demolition of the Holland Estate to hold public meeting Saturday 25th July with guest speakers Mayor John Biggs and Deputy Mayor Shirajul Islam The meeting, to be held at 6:30pm in the BBC Community centre on the Holland Estate, E1 7NR, will offer residents a chance to question the recently […]

BBC Residents – Public Meeting with Rushanara Ali MP

BBC Residents campaign against proposed demolition of the Holland Estate to hold public meeting Thursday 23rd July with guest speaker Rushanara Ali MP Ms Ali has recently raised the matter to Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for Housing and Planning, calling on him to investigate rogue RSL EastEnd Homes’ failure to refurbish the estate […]

Holland Estate fraud - Petticoat Lane given away for nothing

Fraud that sold Petticoat Lane down the river

Andrew Gilligan Evening Standard – 2007 A PRIVATE company has taken over much of London’s most famous street market by “fraud.” according to one of the company’s own directors. In a barely publicised deal, dozens of lucrative shops along the streets which make up Petticoat Lane – together with more than 400 flats on prime land […]

Holland Demolition – Residents survey out now!

June 2015 Petition of Holland Estate Residents about Refurbishment or Demolition / Redevelopment Preferences Residents signed the petition to request the East End Homes (EEH) Main Board to intervene and help to stop the demolition proposals for the estate. Specifically: EEH to Stop the demolition plans immediately as the overwhelming majority of residents and the […]