The Brighton and Hove Housing Coalition brings together groups of activists in the City and the surrounding area to coordinate action and spread information and news about all housing issues. We are independent of local and national government and self funding. Our aims and objectives are to provide an independent voice that supports tenants, leaseholders, homeless and people in temporary or emergency accommodation. Together we can make a greater difference.
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Report on the Inaugural Conference
This was the first conference of the Brighton and Hove Housing Coalition to establish the aims and principles of the coalition with inputs from Caroline Lucas, Lloyd Russell-Moyle and Larissa Reed.
The day was also punctuated with a variety of workshops on various issues that attendees signed up to:
• Temporary & Emergency accommodation
• Community led housing
• Privately rented accommodation
• Residents, including leaseholders, of council owned properties
• Benefits and Housing
• Health and Housing
• Advocacy & legislation
• Living rents, affordability, and social housing
• Homelessness (including utilisation of empty properties)
At the end of the morning and afternoon sessions therew were plenary discussions and the day closed with the formal adoption and signing of ther Aims and Objectives of the Coalition which forms the basis of the provisional constitution.