Housing crisis

As property experts Zoopla declared Bristol as the second most expensive area to buy a property in the UK, Bristol Trades Union Council were out in the pouring rain on 15th December 2018 to raise awareness about the areas housing crisis and campaigning for secure and affordable housing for everyone.

Bristol TUC said that Bristol and South Gloucestershire are expensive places to live with typical house prices more than 10 times the average salary with high rents in the rental sector.

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Bristol’s Housing Crisis

Homes for all

Bristol Trades Union Council will be in Bedminster to raise awareness about Bristol’s housing crisis and campaigning for secure and affordable housing for everyone. We’re pushing to stop rogue landlords ripping-off desperate renters and for housing prices to be affordable, so people can choose what type of home they’d like for their family, as well as choosing where to settle.

East Street, Bedminster

( close to British Heart Foundation )

Sat. 15th Dec. 2018
10:30 – 13:00

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Bristol’s Housing Crisis

A Bristol Trades Union Council
Public meeting:
Wednesday 27th April 2016, 7.00pm

Tony Benn House, Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6AY

Paul Smith – Bristol Labour Party
Helen Jacks – Unite
Nick Ballard – Acorn
tbc – Shelter

Meeting organised by Bristol Trades Union Council Trades Union Councils' emblem

  • Build more council houses
  • Secure tenancies
  • Rent controls
  • Immediate action on homelessness
Homes For All
Escaping the Housing Crisis: Setting a New Vision

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