Petition to make our homes safe

February 2024

Since the festive holidays ended, we have started knocking on doors across the Tulse Hill Estate to listen to our neighbours about their issues, find out how the group can support them, and get their name down on our petition to Lambeth Council. 

The issues that have come up on the doors have been notable for how much they share in common.

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Mass complaints campaign begins

December 2023

Tulse Hill Estate Unites has been focused on supporting residents directly impacted with damp and mould in their properties to submit complaints to the council. Members have been going door to door hearing stories of longstanding damp and mould that have left residents feeling powerless and ignored. 

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Success! Manuel's flat cleared of damp

November 2023

Since senior management from Lambeth turned out to the Tulse Hill Estate TRA meeting to defend their record, members of Tulse Hill Estate Unites have been seeing a sudden spike in attention from the Council. Several members that attended and showed their collective strength have since had major works done to their homes, most of them after waiting years.

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Council apologises to residents for their failings

October 2023

It's not often that Lambeth Council send senior management to a TRA meeting, but recently they turned up unannounced following the publication of an embarrassing expose by our group in The Guardian. Among those present were Lambeth Area Manager Tunde Akinyooye, surveyor Richard Rivers Simpson, as well as senior representatives from contractor Wates. 

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Greenleaf close campaign captures national attention

September 2023

After a summer of organising with our neighbours, we're already starting to grab headlines with our campaigns. The Guardian picked up our efforts to get the Council working on the roof of Greenleaf Close, as it had been leaking into the bedroom of one of our members for 7 months! 

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This is what community looks like

August 2023

Over the summer, residents of the Tulse Hill Estate have been gathering to demand respect, taking action on issues like damp, repairs, and the environment. We have been constantly told that our issues are isolated, that the damp in our flat is our fault. This isn't good enough. We are organising under the name Tulse Hill Estate Unites, and we deserve better.