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House Crisis: Campaigners March On Westminster

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Today , starts at 2.30pm.


The biggest housing rally in a generation is set to take place on 17 March 2015. Organised by Homes for Britain, the united voice for housing, the event will bring together 2,500 people in the heart of Westminster to call for ‘an end to the housing crisis within a generation’.

We will be taking our message to politicians just before the General Election and we want you to be part of this unique moment.

This rally will bring together every part of the housing world – from private developers to homelessness campaigners, from social housing providers to private landlords.

We all stand united in our desire to work with the next government to end the housing crisis once and for all. And we will be joined by those affected by the day-to-day challenges it brings, and who are looking to the industry and the next government to build the decent homes they so desperately need.
The rally will take place from 2:30pm – with live music ahead of a 3pm start. And the event will close by 5:30pm.
Invited speakers include the leaders of Britain’s main political parties, as well as those from across the worlds of housing, finance and even the entertainment industry.
Bidding for rally tickets closed on 8 December. However if you missed the deadline email Dave Smith for more information about the rally.
Edited by JustAnotherProle

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