LJN National Gathering Bristol – 19th January 2019

Our next national meeting will be in Bristol on Saturday 19th January (& Sunday 20th  for a group land action!) Hello South West!

Mass trespass with Rising Up! at the Bathurst estate, April 2018

The network meeting will run from 12-5pm, exact location tba.

The meeting will be a chance for new and old members to meet, discuss, and make plans for the coming months of land justice action! This will be a really important meeting for our actions in Spring and Summer 2019 and if you’d like to get involved in LJN work over the next few months, we’d love to see you there.

On Sunday 20th join us for a south west land action, more details to come!

If you can, we’d really encourage people to stay for both days.

If you need help with travel and/or a place to stay for the Saturday night then please let us know and we’ll see what we can do.

More details will be up on our website and social media as they are confirmed, so save the date and keep a look out for more info!

Look forward to seeing lots of you there!

The Landlord’s Game: A tour of London’s land & housing crisis

Join us for a walking tour of London’s land and housing crisis on Saturday 14th April 2018, 1pm-4pm. START 1pm Brown Hart Gardens on Duke St, nr Bond St Tube W1K 6TD.

Facebook event page – https://www.facebook.com/events/154637835243225/

London faces a housing crisis of epic proportions, with homelessness rife, house prices sky-high and many people unable to afford a home.

At root, the housing crisis is a land crisis. London is home to millions of people – but the land on which it’s built is effectively monopolised by a handful of wealthy estates.

Join us for a tour of some of the most expensive locations on the Monopoly board: places that Dukes and Earls inherited as fields hundreds of years ago, but now – thanks to a lucky roll of the dice – is some of the hottest super-prime real estate on the planet.

It’s time for change. The Land Justice Network has organised this tour to showcase some of the root causes of London’s land and housing crisis – and call for reform.

Along our route, you’ll see Mayfair mansions left empty for nearly 15 years, discover properties owned in offshore tax havens, and find out the truth about who owns London – and what we can do about it.