Weʼve raised £220 to fight eviction and save our homes
- Oulton, Leeds, UK
- Funded on Friday, 7th September 2018
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WE NEED YOUR HELP TO FIGHT THE DEMOLITION OF OUR HOMES!
At the end of last year our landlord, Pemberstone Group Ltd, submitted a planning application to demolish our estate and rebuild new market-rate executive housing.
If this gets planning permission 70 families will be made homeless... Historic post-war Airey houses will be gone for good... The last remaining affordable rents in Oulton will disappear.
We are a low-income community and many of us have lived on this ex-Coal Board, private let estate for decades. These are our homes - we are hard-working families, pensioners and, most importantly, close neighbours and friends... all of this will be lost if Leeds City Council approve redevelopment plans. Please help support our campaign!
Funds will go towards the campaign and we'll keep you regularly updated on our progress. Thank you so much!
Also, please to check out our website: www.saveourhomesls26.org.
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Leave a message of support
Aug 14, 2018
Good luck with the campaign!Is there an online petition to sign?
Aug 11, 2018
Good luck with your struggle, I’m sorry this is happening to you all.
Aug 10, 2018
Jul 24, 2018
We must fight to save our homes. This is happening to community’s all over the country
Jul 22, 2018
Jul 22, 2018
Keep the fight going , my Uncle Percy and Auntie live there and have done for many years .
Jul 20, 2018
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About the fundraiser
Save Our Homes LS26
Oulton, Leeds, UK
We are the Save Our Homes LS26 Residents' Action Group and we are fighting to protect our historic and affordable homes. This page is managed by the Committee, including Susan Gould (Treasurer), Cindy Readman (Chair) and Jessica Field (volunteer).