Our priority during the general election period is making sure that calls for more social housing are heard – and that housing associations are seen as the key partners to deliver it.
Let's fix the housing crisis for good
To ensure housing is a priority in this general election, we need you and your colleagues to engage with prospective parliamentary candidates. They will be our future MPs. And we need them to fix the housing crisis with us.
So please get involved and support our campaign – in particular our week of action starting Monday 25 November.
Get involved in our campaign
We've put together a toolkit full of useful information and resources to use when you invite your prospective parliamentary candidates to visit. This includes briefings on the five housing priorities the next government needs to work with us when elected, campaign boards, and guidance on the pre-election period.
Week of action: 25-29 November
We want to make sure that our calls for more social housing are heard – and that housing associations are seen as the key partners to deliver it. So we’re coordinating a week of action that will put social housing in the spotlight.
Please support our week of action:
- Invite parliamentary candidates to visit your schemes
- Order a (free) campaign support board
- Add our branded header images to your social media profiles
- Download our support graphics for sharing on social media
- Prepare a local media splash using our template press release or letter to editor
- Use our constituency data tool to see what the housing crisis looks like in your area
- We're adding more resources to the toolkit as we develop them so check back to see what's new
Advice for residents in the election
Before polling day, you will need to register to vote. It takes a couple of minutes on the GOV.UK website. The deadline for registering is Tuesday 26 November.
You may have residents that may want to register for a postal vote. You can download a form from the GOV.UK website. The deadline for this is Wednesday 27 November.