Then visit our Jobs page and check out our latest Maternity Cover vacancy at our Renters’ Rights London (RRL) project.
One of the easiest and quickest ways to do this is to change your gas/electricity supplier – which can be done either online or over the phone. To find out more, call Green Camden Helpline on: 0800 801 738 (Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm)
The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) have produced a useful guide to ensure that tenants understand: The background to the ‘right to rent’ scheme The requirements of the scheme How to prepare for a ‘right to rent’ check How to prove you have the ‘right to rent’ What to do if you […]
With private renting now the biggest tenure in London, housing is the number one issue at this year’s Mayoral Election. But there is just one opportunity for the candidates to debate their plans to fix the housing crisis head-to-head, and take questions from ordinary renters. Click here to register your place at this important meeting
Come and discuss how we should respond to the Government’s proposed housing changes. We believe they will impact council tenants, private renters and people trying to get onto the property ladder in Camden.
It’s available for only £5.00 per hour The facilities we offer with it are: Super fast WiFi broadband Use of our small kitchen (incl fridge and microwave) Use of our photocopier (5p per copy) Groundfloor wheelchair accessible premises We are close to Chalk Farm tube, Kentish Town West overground and buses 24, 46 and […]
Landlords who rent out shared housing in Camden must now have a licence. The scheme applies to house shares, converted flats, student homes and bedsits – also known as Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs). To ensure better living conditions for Camden residents who live in shared housing, the scheme will include property inspections and advice […]
Tuesday 17 November – 7pm Swiss Cottage Library, 88 Avenue Road, NW3 3HA Thursday 19 November – 7pm Camden Centre, Town Hall, Judd Street, WC1H 9JE Did you know the Government has proposed changes to housing policy which would affect tenants in council and housing association homes, private renters and people in the borough trying […]
From 1st October 2015, new regulations came into force requiring landlords to ensure the fire safety of their tenants as well as offer protection against carbon monoxide poisoning. The new safety laws make it compulsory for all landlords to: Fit at least one smoke alarm on each floor of their premises Fit a carbon monoxide […]