GMHP and the National Housing Federation are campaigning to solve the housing crisis and you can get involved too.

Our members have joined forces with local authorities across Greater Manchester to call on the new Manchester Mayor to make housing a top priority when they come into power.

As part of the campaign pledge, we’re calling for ‘Everyone in Greater Manchester to live in a home they can afford’.

Events took place last month across the GM local authorities, as part of a ‘week of action’ where each encouraged people to sign up to the pledge, which was part of a large ‘jigsaw piece’.

On Monday, 3 April, the signed jigsaw pieces joined together outside Manchester Town Hall, revealing the pledge.

You can still back the campaign online by clicking here.

If you’re passionate about solving the housing crisis then please make sure you sign up and help us make our voices heard.

Please see pictures below of key politicians and housing providers with residents and the Bishop of Manchester pledging their support outside Manchester Town Hall on April 3.

 

 

 

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