Slide The Defend Council Homes Unit Established by Hammersmith & Fulham Council to find ways to give tenants and leaseholders more control of their homes and to safeguard council homes for future generations. Who we are

Welcome to the website of Hammersmith & Fulham’s Defend Council Homes Unit

You can find out more about our work via the links on this page.  And if you are a resident of Hammersmith & Fulham, you can sign up to get email updates on our work.

The Defend Council Homes Unit (or DCHU) has been established by Hammersmith & Fulham Council to find ways of giving tenants and leaseholders more control of their homes — now and in the future.

We work independently of H&F Council — but we will submit an official report to the council and our reports will be made available to the public.  The DCHU is led by a Hammersmith & Fulham resident with two independent members in support.

The work of the DCHU follows on from the work of the Hammersmith & Fulham Residents’ Housing Commission in 2015.  The commission was charged with finding a way to protect council homes now and in the future.

Who we are

What we’re working on

Change

H&F Council has made a commitment to giving residents more control over their homes.


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DCH policy

DCHU has been working to draft a Defend Council Homes policy (DCH policy).

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Q&As

Questions and answers about the DCHU’s work and what we’ve achieved.

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Safeguards

We are looking at how residents can gain more control over their council homes.

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DCH video guide

H&F Council is looking for ways to better protect council residents' rights in the borough.  Defend Council Homes is the resident-led plan that puts you in charge of the future of your neighbourhood.  The council is now consulting residents of council homes on a new policy to implement that plan, and it's really important that you have your say.  Here's a video guide to what it would mean for you.

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