The housing crisis means more and more of us are living in rented accommodation.  For some of the most vulnerable members of our community this means dealing with difficult landlords and living with the permanent fear of eviction and homelessness.  On this page you can find out about our housing advice services and how we are campaigning for secure and safe accommodation for all.

Housing in Greater Manchester

Affordable housing in Greater Manchester – What’s going on?

This article is written by Jennifer Devans-Tamakloe, an aspiring barrister called to the Middle Temple and qualified mediator, currently working as a self-employed advocate on the northern circuit in general civil litigation matters. As a volunteer for GMLC, Jennifer aims to draw attention to GMLC’s causes and assist readers with gaining knowledge and understanding. Below,…

Groups protest Universal Credit Evictions

Cross-city groups hold day of action against Universal Credit evictions

Press Release Issued 18th April 2018 The Greater Manchester Law Centre, Disabled People Against the Cuts, Acorn Tenants’ Union, Unite Community Union and the Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People carried out a day of action in Manchester city centre today, demanding that no one faces eviction as a result of delays to Universal Credit…

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“We demand: no evictions as a result of Universal Credit delays” says GMLC, Disabled People Against the Cuts, Acorn tenants’ union and others

The Greater Manchester Law Centre, Disabled People Against the Cuts and Acorn tenants’ union have jointly issued a campaign demand: no one should face eviction as a result of delays to Universal Credit payments. Universal Credit is a new system that will merge many types of benefits into one single payment. It has faced harsh…