The Conservatives can't tackle the housing crisis, writes Matt Zarb-Cousin. Accepting the market is broken would be to admit Tory ideology is dead.
Property developers in Elephant and Castle have been sent back to the drawing board.
There's nothing funny about confusion after trauma. Victims and their loved ones have every right to distrust the state right now.
At the annual property developers back-slapping bash, housing and queer activists stood waiting to make it clear that the housing crisis is nothing to celebrate.
The debate around social housing and the Brutalist architecture that embodies it has been raging for half a century. Now war is being waged against these estates, but social need is as great as ever before.
A group of local residents in Haringey, North London, are defying private property developers by bidding for an old hospital site that's for sale.
Director Michael Winterbottom explains The Emperor's New Clothes is a fun and empowering wake up call to fight back against growing inequality.
Newham’s Focus E15 campaign have stepped things up with a new occupation, while on Sweets Way in Barnet residents face eviction any moment.
Gentrification is suffocating New York’s creative culture. We spoke to #SaveNYC campaign founder Jeremiah Moss to find out why it’s time to fight back.
Russell Brand's new social enterprise café on Hoxton's New Era estate is an ambitious attempt to kickstart people-powered change.
Talking capitalism, free ice cream and fighting the social cleansing of Barnet’s Sweets Way Estate with comedian-turned-revolutionary Russell Brand.
London’s housing crisis is worsening by the day. Huck spoke to the residents of West Hendon council estate in North London, who have been battling developers since 2002.