A Leaseholder writes – EastendHomes Consultation Document.

Before the transfer of our estates from the Council, EastendHomes’ Leaseholder Consultation Document assured us that: “EastendHomes is committed to providing a good housing management and maintenance service to all leaseholders. This would include: acting at all times as a reasonable and responsible landlord (freeholder) providing an accountable cost-effective service for leaseholders respecting and protecting […]

Strategic Development Committee – Meeting Tuesday 4th August 7.00pm

Planning Application Update At the last meeting, 25 June, the Committee voted 3 against and 2 for the plans with 1 abstention. It was then decided that Council officers were to present a supplemental report setting out the reasons for refusal and the implications of the decision. So you may have gone away from the […]

Open space – Keep off the grass!!

This is not open space Click here to download the before & after open space plan from EEH & Leaside Regeneration.You may be surprised to know that for the purposes of the current planning application none of the land in the photograph above around Ennerdale is presently considered “public open space”The existing paved forecourt around […]

EastendHomes: Regulatory Judgement – TSA Report

“The association meets the expectations set out in the Regulatory Code in terms of financial viability, however exposures exist which make it vulnerable to deterioration”. “Overall, to date the association’s financial performance has been within its business plan as agreed recently with the lenders. On the basis of this plan the association appears to have […]

United We Are Stronger

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.

Results of the Planning Meeting – 25th June 2009

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 Eastendhomes

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