We exist to improve conditions for private renters in Camden, but we know that the unfair renting system is not confined to the borough’s borders. There are over two and a half million private renters in London, living on short-term, insecure tenancies, facing low standards and unaffordable rents. So that’s why we asked Trust for […]
We are now based in Kentish Town at 13 Malden Road, NW5 3HS and our shopfront office is on the ground floor and is fully wheelchair accessible.
In 2004, we carried out a small research project “Security of tenure and community engagement – a comparative study” to investigate how short-term housing impacts on both individuals and communities. Here are the results: CFPT Community Engagement Research Booklet 2004
A study of the health impacts of welfare reform on tenants living in the private rented sector, produced by the Pro-Housing Alliance. It focuses on five local authority areas around the country and Camden Federation of Private Tenants was one of the organisations that took part in the research. Download a pdf file of the […]
Six tenants from different parts of the world share their views on how living and renting standards in London compare to those in their home countries. Download a pdf file of the report
A report produced by the London Assembly’s Planning and Housing Committee which sets out to investigate the problems of London’s private rented sector. It makes a series of recommendations about what the Mayor, local councils and the Government could do to help. Camden Federation of Private Tenants was one of five organisations invited to give […]