Mayor Rahman and Aspire Rejects New Council Homes in Ashington House

At a meeting of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee this week, Tower Hamlets Labour Councillors called on the Executive Mayor of Tower Hamlets and the Cabinet Member for Housing to review their decision to remove funding from the Ashington House redevelopment scheme, an important project which had the potential to deliver much-needed council housing for […]

2,623 Patients Waiting a MONTH for a GP Appointment in Tower Hamlets

New data from the NHS has shown that more people are waiting a month for a GP appointment than at any time since when records began in 2017. 2,623 people in Tower Hamlets faced a wait of 28 days or more to see a GP in October alone. A further 15,809 people had to wait […]

£204,850,000 to be lost in disposable income across Tower Hamlets over next two years

Families across Tower Hamlets are set to feel much poorer over the next two years as the Conservatives’ Autumn Statement make the cost of living crisis feel even worse. Research from the Resolution Foundation, published following the Autumn Statement, revealed the average household is set to see real disposable income fall by £1,700 over the […]