Hello! Welcome to the Labour Housing website.
The purpose of the website is to provide information about the Labour Housing Group, the development of the Labour Party's housing policies, and campaigns related to housing issues. It will be of interest to Labour Party members and supporters and to others interested in housing policy.
LHG IS UPDATING ITS WEBSITE AND ADDING IN A NEW MEMBERSHIP SYSTEM THAT WILL ENABLE PEOPLE TO JOIN AND RENEW MEMBERSHIP ONLINE. WE HOPE TO HAVE THE WEBSITE RUNNING IN EARLY 2015.
IN THE MEANTIME YOU CAN FOLLOW LHG ON TWITTER at @labourhousing and London LHG at @lhglondon AND BOTH HAVE 'LIKE' PAGES ON FACEBOOK.
'ONE NATION HOUSING: 50 POLICIES FOR LABOUR' BY LHG
LHG's constitution was revised at a Special general meeting held in Manchester Town Hall on 15 June 2013. The new constitution can be found here.
Follow Red Brick blog
Red Brick is a housing blog edited by LHG Member Steve Hilditch as a housing policy forum open to anyone interested in progressive debate about homes, housing and communities. You can read it here:
It is linked to the Labour Housing Group but the views expressed are those of individual authors and are not necessarily the view of LHG.
To follow Red Brick the easy way: sign up for email alerts for new posts (about 2 a week). Just put your email in the box on any page on the blog.
You can also follow LHG and Red Brick through
LHG's Facebook Page Please ‘like’ our page and recommend it to your friends.
LHG's Twitter feed @labourhousing
Red Brick is a
“superb blog analysing social housing policy”.
London LHG on Facebook. Please ‘like’ our page and recommend it to your friends.
London LHG is also on Twitter. All the latest London Labour housing news. Follow us at @lhglondon
NEWS FOR CURRENT MEMBERS
Given the high cost of postage it helps us keep our costs down if we can communicate with members electronically. Please make sure we have your email address - just let the Secretary, Paul Eastwood, know what yours is.
He can be contacted at email@example.com