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Living Rent Members Protest Bogus Rent Consultation

Living Rent Members Protest Bogus Rent Consultation   Continue reading

Living Rent members protest bogus rent consultation

Living Rent Union Members Protest Bogus Rent Consultation Continue reading

Living Rent Second National Conference

Following all of our exciting work over the last 12 months, winning campaigns against rip off letting agencies, and dodgy landlords, Living Rent is excited to announce our Second National Conference to help us plan our future victories! Continue reading

Glasgow members win massive rent reduction.

Living Rent members win massive rent reductions.     Continue reading

All we want for Christmas is a winter break!

Ho Ho Ho! Santa’s broke, he can’t pay the rent, and he’s facing eviction! Continue reading

Scotland's Tenants Need A #WinterBreak

Living Rent, Scotland’s tenants’ union, is launching a campaign to stop winter evictions. A #WinterBreak would suspend all evictions between November and March to prevent deaths amongst the homeless population. This means no person with a legal tenancy agreement, in a mortgaged home or in sheltered accommodation can be evicted during the winter months. Continue reading

Glasgow branch host fundraiser to celebrate planned Mary Barbour statue

Living Rent celebrated the inspiring legacy of the 1915 Clydeside rent strikes with a social event and fundraiser on 23 November.  Continue reading

Patrick Harvie MSP pens letter of support to Living Rent members.

Patrick Harvie list MSP for Glasgow has written a letter in support of Living Rent’s demands that Castle Residential and the of 184a Nithsdale road pay back illegal fees and thousands in illegally collected rent.         Continue reading

Glasgow City Council looks to rent controls

 A meeting of Glasgow City councillors in September voted in favour of commissioning a feasibility study into the application of a ‘Rent Pressure Zone’. This move comes after our members voted to make this a city wide campaigning priority, at the Glasgow branch launch.     Continue reading