EVENT: The Barnet Alternative Housing Agenda, June 29, 6:30pm

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WHERE? In front of Hendon Town Hall (NW4)
WHEN? Monday, June 29th, 6:30pm

In recent months, Sweets Way Resists families and many others, have been denied entry to countless council meetings, public offices and Councillor surgeries meant to be open to the public.

IF WE ARE NOT WELCOME IN THE PLACES WHERE DECISIONS ABOUT OUR LIVES ARE BEING MADE, WE WILL CREATE OUR OWN SPACES TO MAKE THOSE DECISIONS TOGETHER.

Join us in front of Hendon Town Hall as the Barnet Housing Committee meets, to discuss what we – the people of Barnet – can do together, to make sure our borough is not socially-cleansed of all but the ultra-rich.

We are not going to beg, or make demands even – we are going to create our own housing agenda that reflects our needs and realities, and figure out the steps needed put it into action together!

We want everyone in Barnet who cares about housing to get involved. There is no agenda, just a mutual commitment to figuring out what kinds of direct action we can take together to secure the housing we need, given the failure of the council or the market to provide it or protect it.

ALL ARE WELCOME! SPREAD THE WORD!

Facebook event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/382843121911597/

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2 thoughts on “EVENT: The Barnet Alternative Housing Agenda, June 29, 6:30pm

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