Introducing two great housing events you cannot afford miss.
Brighton and Hove Housing Coalition Member event
Local Election Alert! Local Election Alert!
In the May 2019 Brighton & Hove will get the chance to elect 54 representatives onto Brighton & Hove City Council (BHCC). Where do the candidates and parties stand on community-led housing and Community Land Trusts? Find out from those representing the four main political parties in Brighton & Hove at our hustings event on Wednesday 27 March, 6.30 – 8.00pm in Room 105, University of Brighton, 154-155 Edward Street, Brighton, BN2 0JG.
Book your place here at Eventbrite: https://bhclt-community-housing-hustings.eventbrite.co.uk
Brighton & Hove Community Land Trust (BHCLT) is a membership organisation made up of local people who are concerned about the housing crisis and want to make constructive steps to end it. We want to make housing and land in the city genuinely affordable for now and future generations.
Through BHCLT, there are many groups of people in Brighton & Hove working on community-led housing projects which will do just that. These include co-operatives, cohousing and self-build (whether you are doing it with your own hands or contracting the work out), all developed through local people working together.
How will our candidates support community-led housing in our cities? This event will allow some of them to debate policies, air their views and answer questions from the audience.
Find out more about local elections, including how to register to vote, at the BHCC website.
Brighton and Hove Housing Coalition Local Election Event
Don’t forget Brighton and Hove Housing Coalition are also facilitating a question time style Local Election 2019: The Housing Hustings Debate of our own.
The Brighton and Hove Housing Coalition warmly invites residents of our city to attend The Housing Hustings 2019. Labour, Conservative, Green, and Liberal Democratic parties have confirmed their attendance and the Hustings will be covered by the BBC.
As well as the housing spokesperson for each group, prospective councillors for every ward will be invited.
The Full agenda for the night and confirmed guests will be announced nearer 11 April.
- Have you personally suffered from the Housing Crisis?
- Have you have lived in Emergency or Temporary accommodation?
- Do you work and spend most of your income on rent?
- Are you finding it hard to get on the property ladder?
- Have you been evicted or live in inappropriate accommodation
- Is your accommodation healthy and safe
- Have you other housing issues you want to raise?
This is your time to get answers before the local election in May.
Please RSVP. Details of how to submit questions will be circulated in April
Refreshments will be available on the night as well as information on the Housing Coalition, Street Advocacy Workshops for Campaigners and Community Workers, policy documents and the work of housing groups throughout the City.