Haringey Left Unity holding Tottenham talk to combat 'housing crisis'

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A left-wing political party is holding a public meeting to discuss what it describes as a housing crisis in the borough.

Haringey Left Unity will be holding the ‘Housing in Crisis. What Can Be Done?’ meeting on Thursday at 7.30pm in the Chestnuts Community Centre, in St Ann’s Road, Tottenham.

The party says it wants to put pressure on Haringey Council to build more affordable homes.

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3:58pm Sun 29 Jun 14

G_Whiz says...

Duh! One minute the left wing want high immigration and promote big tax funded families and the next they are moaning there's no room for us all! Confusing?
Duh! One minute the left wing want high immigration and promote big tax funded families and the next they are moaning there's no room for us all! Confusing? G_Whiz
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1:12pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Rev Paul says...

There is masses of room in unused land in land banks and empty homes owned by speculators but no coherent housing policy since the 1979 election from any government.
There is masses of room in unused land in land banks and empty homes owned by speculators but no coherent housing policy since the 1979 election from any government. Rev Paul
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10:30pm Mon 30 Jun 14

G_Whiz says...

Rev Paul wrote:
There is masses of room in unused land in land banks and empty homes owned by speculators but no coherent housing policy since the 1979 election from any government.
That,s true too - but the infrastructure can't cope as it is! Chaos!
[quote][p][bold]Rev Paul[/bold] wrote: There is masses of room in unused land in land banks and empty homes owned by speculators but no coherent housing policy since the 1979 election from any government.[/p][/quote]That,s true too - but the infrastructure can't cope as it is! Chaos! G_Whiz
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