The commission also heard from the National Housing Association, the Community Land Trust, Our London (regarding self build), Royal Greenwich, (regarding Gold Standard in Housing Options), and from Brighton and Hove Energy Services Co-op, (BHESCO, regarding fuel poverty & community energy schemes).
There was an open session in the middle and at the end.
I crossed the streams with the council again, who were also broadcasting the meeting. You can watch their somewhat less shaky, higher definition footage, here.
1/5 What is the Fairness Commission?
2/5 Fairness Commission Brighton: Housing
3/5 Fairness Commission Brighton: Housing
4/5 Nice Spread at the Fairness Commission
There was a lovely spread of locally sourced food from ethical suppliers courtesy of The Big Fig.
5/5 Fairness Commission Brighton: Housing
The Fairness Commission want to hear from all residents of Brighton and Hove about how to make the City a fairer place to live.
Their call for evidence closes on Monday 29 February.
You can participate here, if you’re of a mind to.