Pictures taken in May 2007 by Tank, Sick and Zero after a tip off from Lightening1975, apparently. Found in The UK Urban Exploration Forums. The buildings were originally built in 1848-49 as a workhouse, for the Board of Guardians of the City of London Union. It became an infirmary for […]
On the 25th November Eastend Homes Leaseholders & Freeholders Association held an event for the signing of a Recognition Agreement with EastEndHomes, the first between an independent leaseholders’ organisation and an RSL in Tower Hamlets. This will provide the basis for meaningful consultation …and genuine cooperation between the stakeholders.
The government recently unveiled what it describes as “the most radical reform of social housing in a generation”. The housing minister, Grant Shapps, argues that: “The new system … will also be more flexible, with councils and housing associations able to offer fixed tenancies that give people the helping hand […]
This breach of health and safety regulations here speaks for itself.
Tower Hamlets Refuse Collection: had NOT been advised by EastendHomes of the change to the refuse collection arrangements. were UNAWARE OF THE REFUSE PROBLEM at Ennerdale House caused by the change in refuse collection arrangements by Telford Homes. “we need to look at creating a new temporary refuse storage area […]
Previously featured on this web site back towards the end of October a post about the proposed changes to leases hailed as the way forward for EastendHomes leaseholders. The August newsletter from EastendHomes would lead you to think that the changes to leases across all Eastendhomes properties was done and […]
…..or “Does my bum look big in this?” An application recently went into Tower Hamlets Planning for approval of external facing for the housing office around the base of Ennerdale House (see PA/10/02155 here). You can view the proposed bricks on the path between Derwent House and the Telford compound. […]
On October the 7th 2010, Eastend Homes Leaseholders and Freeholders Association, EEHLFA signed a Recognition Agreement with EastendHomes, the first between an independent leaseholders’ organisation and an RSL in Tower Hamlets. This will provide the basis for meaningful consultation and genuine cooperation between the stakeholders. The signing of this agreement […]
A public meeting (for Tower Hamlets Residents) was held on 3rd November, 5.30pm-8pm at Whitechapel Idea Store. here is a report from that meeting The meeting was organised by Tower Hamlets Police and Community Safety Board which involves local residents, people who work in the borough and the voluntary sector […]