Monthly Archives: January 2018

Notting Hill Housing and Genesis: Two Weddings And A Funeral

On 16th January shareholders of Notting Hill Housing and Genesis Housing Association voted overwhelmingly in favour of the merger about which we recently blogged. The voting figures for NHH were: 55 proxy votes (before the meeting) for the merger. At … Continue reading

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GRENFELL PETITION – PLEASE SIGN & SHARE

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/206722 On Tuesday 12th December, bereaved relatives handed in a 16,600-strong petition to 10 Downing Street demanding that an impartial and independent decision-making panel sits alongside the government appointed inquiry chair, Sir Martin Moore-Bick, in leading the Grenfell inquiry. According … Continue reading

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Firefighters Anger At 40% Rise In London Fire Deaths

Firefighters Anger At 40% Rise In London Fire Deaths The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) says its London members are deeply upset and angry to learn that the number of people killed in fires has risen sharply in the capital, according … Continue reading

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Notting Hill & Genesis Merger Legally Flawed

Residents Claim Notting Hill & Genesis Merger is legally flawed. At two Special General Meetings on 16 January 2018, the Executive Boards of Notting Hill and Genesis Housing Associations will ask their shareholders to vote for a merger, first proposed … Continue reading

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GENESIS FOUNDER CONDEMNS MERGER

Dipesh Shah OBE Chair Genesis Housing Association 4th January 2018                                                                                                 via email Dear Dipesh Genesis/Notting Hill Housing merger proposals I am very sorry that I’ll be unable to attend the shareholders’ meeting called for 16th January to vote on the … Continue reading

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Prime Minister’s Rejection of Inquiry Petition – Dent-Coad’s Response

Below is the full statement issued by Kensington MP Emma Dent-Coad on 22nd December 2017, the day the Prime Minister rejected the locally organised petition calling for the appointment of a diverse panel to head the Grenfell Tower Inquiry. Please … Continue reading

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