LJN National Gathering, Sunday 11th November – London
The next national gathering will take place on the 11th November at Friends of the Earth’s Offices in London from 12-5pm with option pub visit afterwards for the freelancers among us… The meeting will be a chance for new and old members to meet, discuss, and make plans for the coming months of land justice… Continue reading LJN National Gathering, Sunday 11th November – London
Report from The Landlords’ Game
On Saturday 14th April, after a week of rain, on what felt like the first warm and sunny day of the year, just shy of a hundred people gathered in central London for the inaugural Land Justice Network Landlords’ Game guided walk. The meet point and official start was Brown Hart Gardens, a POPS (privately… Continue reading Report from The Landlords’ Game
Promo video for The Landlord’s Game
THE LANDLORD’S GAME: a tour of London’s land and housing crisis. Please share this wicked promo video via facebook or youtube and then come along on Saturday 14th April, Mayfair! Facebook event page – https://www.facebook.com/events/154637835243225/
National gathering in March
Come to Land Justice Network’s next national gathering to celebrate the start of our Week of Action on Land Rights, discuss what the network’s been up to and plot fresh actions together! We’ll meet up 12 noon to eat lunch together (bring a dish if you can) and start the meeting at 1pm, finishing 4pm… Continue reading National gathering in March
Did the Mayor of London just say what I think he said?
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan joins calls for the government to make all property ownership in London transparent. In particular, he urges the government to speed up plans for a new public register of the beneficial ownership of foreign companies that own UK property. Roughly 44% of all the UK properties owned by overseas registered… Continue reading Did the Mayor of London just say what I think he said?
Celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Charter of the Forest
Network member the New Putney Debates have put together a fine line up to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Charter of the Forest. They kick off with an event this Sunday 17th September which involves a boat trip from London out to Runnymede with more amazing speakers and contributors than you can shake a… Continue reading Celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Charter of the Forest
Report of discussions at Land for What on 12th-13th November 2016
On the weekend of 12th-13th November 2016, hundreds of people with diverse backgrounds and interests gathered to talk about the issues surrounding land, and to look for spaces for solutions. This report summarises some of the sessions from the weekend. Thanks to everyone who submitted a session summary. We hope it can be useful for people… Continue reading Report of discussions at Land for What on 12th-13th November 2016
Get Your Facts Straight: Land Stats Everyone Should Know
Facts 69% of land in the UK is owned by 0.6% of the population. UK housing is concentrated on 5% of the country’s land mass. Only 64% of people have a small stake in the 5% of land on which our housing is built. Home and land ownership is in decline. 1/3 of British land… Continue reading Get Your Facts Straight: Land Stats Everyone Should Know
DIY Land Spotting: How To
This simple step-by-step guide is designed to help you spot disused land in your area and raise it as an issue with your local council and local land owners – the people with the power to bring it back into use. Spotting disused land is easy to do and can be done be anyone. Currently,… Continue reading DIY Land Spotting: How To
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