Legal complaint served -this could go to the high court say Public Interest Law Centre

Brimstone house residents in Newham are getting organised. They  have had enough of living in ‘long term temporary’ accommodation. 19 residents agreed to be interviewed  by the Public Interest Law centre who then submitted a legal complaint to the council with support from Focus E15 campaign. Listen to one amazing resident Egwolo on this report about conditions at the hostel by BBC local news.

 Join us to discuss all the latest development with the complaint, now issued to every councillor in Newham at the next campaign meeting on Saturday 3 August from 2.30pm-4.30pm at Sylvia’s Corner, 97 Aldworth Rd, E15 4DN.

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