A trio of new proposals aims to tackle those issues and more by tightening city hall rules for vacant and rental buildings and the standards for upkeep.
When Betty Morrison moved to London, she was trying to escape a payday loan she couldn’t afford to pay back.
Interview - Betty Morrison, London ACORN Leader
Two city councillors are pushing to tighten rental licensing rules and crack down on housing units in need of repairs, overrun with pests, or with lingering health and safety issues.
The province has put a hold on the enforcement of evictions until Feb. 9
Rebecca Zanderberg from CBC London Radio spoke with Sarah Henke, a London ACORN member about the issues tenants are facing in London.
Posted on January 16, 2020
ACORN Canada recently set up a London chapter and is now surveying tenants across the city
A housing group that lobbies on behalf of low and middle-income renters has learned from a recent survey that one third of respondents are living in sub-standard conditions in London.
New chapter of Acorn tenant advocacy group opens in London
It’s the poorest Londoners who are feeling the pinch from stores that are bypassing cash during the COVID-19 crisis for fear of spreading or contracting the deadly virus.