On Grenfell Tower, residents’ associations, and democracy | sandraleatongray

During the 1990s I spent some years as a board member of the Landmark Housing Association, which was a Registered Social Landlord in London responsible for a property portfolio that included both rental and shared ownership properties. Landmark was part of the larger Family Housing Association, and until the abolition of the Greater London Council … Continue reading On Grenfell Tower, residents’ associations, and democracy

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