Planning: we have a voice, but soon we won’t
The next phase of the Government’s war on the planning process is here. We have a voice in development decisions right now in England. Soon we won’t have one that makes any difference. As...Read more
Judicial Review lost - but we intend to appeal
We’ve just received news from the High Court that our claim for Judicial Review of the Government’s changes to permitted development rights was not successful. We respect the decision, but we...Read more
Planning: more information on our Judicial Review
**This page was updated on 17 November 2020 to reflect latest developments** This page contains rolling updates of the latest developments and documentation concerning our claim for Judicial...Read more
Shorelines launches in Hull
Last Friday Hull woke up to the first arrival in our city-wide art and activism project, Shorelines. A giant mural, ‘The Girl’, was painted on the side of Hull College’s Wilberforce...Read more
Is Hull ready for the climate crisis?
A new community arts project from Rights : Community : Action will tell the story of risks of climate change and rising sea levels for the city of Hull. Hull faces a bleak future if rising sea...Read more
Winning the space?
In the end how a society chooses to house those in greatest need is a test of basic care and morality. That is a test the Government has failed. In 2015, the Government changed the rules so that...Read more