EastendHomes Ltd investigated for breaches of planning permission.

EastendHomes Ltd receive slap on the wrist after giving the finger to Residents, Development Committee Members & LBTH Planning on Eric & Treby and St Georges Estates. EastendHomes Ltd have been investigated by Tower Hamlets Planning Enforcement Officers for numerous breaches of planning regulations on two regeneration sites in Tower Hamlets. Eric and Treby Estates […]

Paul Bloss (2002) v Paul Bloss (2010)

Read here a report to the LBTH Cabinet written in 2003 by an aspiring housing official spinning out the vision for the new council sponsored Registered Social Landlord (RSL) EastendHomes Ltd. That ambitious employee was Mr Paul Bloss now the Chief Executive of EastendHomes Ltd.   So compare the report written by Mr Paul Bloss […]

Blast from the past 6th October 2006 – Tower Hamlets’ agenda of choice stopped in its tracks.

Anti-transfer campaigners have declared Tower Hamlets Council’s controversial Housing Choice programme ‘dead in the water’ after tenants comprehensively voted against stock transfer in four ballots last week. The latest transfer rejections, which included 62.7 per cent of residents who voted on the 1,600 home Ocean estate, reflect a growing trend of tenants turning against transfer […]

EastendHomes Ltd – Sinister turns on St Georges Estate

At the election to the St George’s Estate Management Board recently in June, twelve of the nineteen positions were filled by residents. However since the elections, events have taken a sinister turn with a member of the board receiving a letter from Mr Paul Bloss, the CEO of EastendHomes indicating that he was refusing his […]

EastendHomes – Estate Boards – Tenants at the Heart

EastendHomes Ltd is a registered charity as you can see here on the Charity Comission web site. As a registered charity EastendHomes Ltd have to provide an annual Summary Information Return (SIR) The purpose of the Summary Information Return is to provide the public with better information about the wonderful works EastendHomes Ltd are performing. […]

TSA – Co-regulation – and EastendHomes

The TSA has published the new regulatory framework that social housing providers have to meet from April 2010. At its heart are six standards, and against each of these the TSA has described the outcomes landlords should meet and the specific expectations of them. EastendHomes will produce an annual report in October which will set […]


Well today is a big day for Gordon House on the Glamis estate.

10 of the residents (leaseholders) in Gordon house have applied to go to tribunal about the extremely high service charges in the block. Our case had to be in today.

It is interesting to note that we managed to get an awfull ot of data about the accounts and invoices for service charges over the past since 2007. It was certainly very interesting, but very time consuming working through all of this to see what our money is being wasted on.

EastendHomes Leaseholders General Meeting

Eastendhomes Leaseholders & Freeholders AssociationEEHLFA’S first AGM was held on Thursday 29th April 2010 at The East London Tabernacle – Burdett Road – Mile End For the first time we have a strong, unified voice to take forward a joint campaign to bring about real change for leaseholders and freeholders on all EastendHomes estates. Now […]

Estate Boards – Why So Mysterious?

I am hearing so many stories of Estate Boards that appear to have absolutely no consultation with the residents that it is supposed to be representing.Residents don’t know when the Board meets, who the Board consists of. and how to contact the Board. The worse thing is that your boards get a financial grant from […]