Housing co-operatives provide a democratic and collective alternative to current market-led approaches to housing
Property guardianships are a growing form of temporary housing in the city and can be linked to wider issues of precarity and the securitisation of urban space.
How can democratic house-building initiatives help us combat the destructive effects of 'austerity urbanism'?
As private renting in London becomes less secure and more unaffordable, the 'right to the city' acquires a new urgency.
London's destructive property bubble is enveloping ever-unlikelier areas. A Walthamstow resident expresses his concerns.
In Salford high profile regeneration projects have failed, leaving residents stranded in limbo and uncertainty.
Part of our Patriarchy 2013 series: What is the link between patriarchy and domestic space?
As Universal Credit is rolled out, life for those on low income is about to get even less secure. But there are grounds for hope
The 'Bedroom Tax' is an attack on public welfare and social solidarity
Labour's London manifesto for the 1981 GLC elections represents a high-water mark of post-war British left politics