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National Housing Federation
The National Housing Federation represents 1300 independent, not-for-profit housing associations in England and is the voice of affordable housing.
Tenant Services Authority
The regulator for affordable housing
Department for Communities and Local Government
A governement department that aims to build the capacity of communities to shape and protect their own future.
The Housing Ombudsman Service considers complaints against member organisations, and deals with other housing disputes.
Chrisp St Market Partnership
The Chrisp Street Centre Partnership drives forward the regeneration work that's taking place at Chrisp Street. It's made up of traders, shop keepers, local businesses, organisations and residents.
Lansbury Voices is a local history community based project
Community gardeners on Lansbury
A group of residents on Lansbury who enjoy gardening and meet regularly at Hind Grove Community Hall.
Leaders in Community Consultancy (LiC)
A group of young adults aged between 18-25 from Tower Hamlets and Newham who have come together to create a youth led voluntary organisation.
A blog for all residents in Poplar to get talking!
An environmental project led by residents who are turning an old derelict tennis court into a food growing garden and community space in the shadow of Erno Goldfingers Carradale House.
Xstream East radio station
XStream East is an on-line radio station broadcasting in an FM style from the heart of London's East End. You will find an eclectic mix of programmes that reflect the place that we call home.
Get Walking in East London
Routes, led walks and resources for people new to walking in East London
Online in Poplar
Free Internet and computer training in Tower Hamlets in Poplar and Bow Community Centres.
East End walks
East End Walks specialises in organising historical walks of London's East End - an area in which successive waves of immigrants have helped make London what it is today.
Leopold Project blog