Tag Archives: Leeds City Council

Tenant in court is safe (for now) – but why is Leeds Council persecuting tenants?

  A good outcome – for now Around 20 people gathered outside Leeds County Court for 2 hours yesterday (28th Nov) morning while we waited for a Leeds woman affected by the bedroom tax to have a possession hearing (which could potentially lead to her eviction). In this case, the possession hearing was adjourned for […]

Hands Off Our Homes Update – 15th Sept

Hi everyone, It’s been a busy and important week for anti-bedroom tax and welfare cuts campaigners. 1. United Nations representative hears from affected tenants, condemns bedroom tax Some of HOOH went to Manchester on Saturday 7th Sept to meet Raquel Rolnik, UN Special Rapporteur for Housing. As you can imagine, some of the stories we […]

The Hands Off Our Homes (almost) Weekly Update! 9th July 2013

Another almost weekly Newsletter from Hands Off Our Homes 9th July 2013 Monday the 1st July saw our delegation to the Leeds City Council full council meeting take place. The text of our message had been delivered in advance to the councillors so we decided to press release it for general consumption. The tales of […]