A new documentary, We’re Still Here, follows activist groups and social housing tenants caught up in London’s rampant social cleansing.
One of London’s longest-running independent arts venues has been hit with a 440 per cent rent increase.
A group of local residents in Haringey, North London, are defying private property developers by bidding for an old hospital site that's for sale.
From squatting to property guardianship and communal living, young people are finding alternative ways to survive the capital’s unaffordable property market.
Despite the British government criminalising residential squatting in 2012, squatting remains a defiant protest against inadequate housing and inequality.
Paul Hawkins draws on zine culture to push back against mainstream poetry in Place Waste Dissent, an account of the era-defining 'No M11 Link Road’ squat protests in the early ‘90s.
Huck visits a new exhibition in Berlin to see how innovative thinkers are using architecture to re-empower communities fragmented by the housing crisis.
Discover challenging filmmaking and up-and-coming directors of the 14th East End Film Festival.
Director Michael Winterbottom explains The Emperor's New Clothes is a fun and empowering wake up call to fight back against growing inequality.
If you want to buy enough space to swing a cat in London, you're going to need big wads of cash. Find out how much it would cost in your neighbourhood.
Russell Brand's new social enterprise café on Hoxton's New Era estate is an ambitious attempt to kickstart people-powered change.
Talking capitalism, free ice cream and fighting the social cleansing of Barnet’s Sweets Way Estate with comedian-turned-revolutionary Russell Brand.