Welcome to the Federation

We invite all Tenants and Residents Associations in the borough to affiliate to the Federation. Individual membership of the Federation is open to all residents of Tower Hamlets.

Together, our affiliated and individual members form a non-party political, boroughwide organisation working for all Tower Hamlets residents but concentrating on representing tenants on social housing estates and working for better governance and services on those estates. 

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7pm on Monday, 24th November
@ the East London Tabernacle, Burdett Road
Mile End

Our speaker will be Steve Hill, who is the Council’s Benefits Manager.
This is a welcome return visit for Steve, who knows all about the changes in welfare benefits, how tenants will be affected – and what the Council is doing to try to protect vulnerable residents. This meeting is a must for anyone who is on a TRA Committee: you won’t get a better briefing anywhere else. All Tower Hamlets residents are welcome

How to get there

  • The nearest underground stations are Mile End on the Central, District and Hammersmith & City lines. (then 3 minute walk)
  • Also DLR station at Bow Church. (then 10 minute walk)
  • Local bus services - 25, 205, 323, 339 and 425 routes.

Staying Put

This handbook explains why the regeneration of council estates often results in established communities being broken up. It is designed to help local communities learn about gentrification and the alternatives they can fight for.


Training for Tower Hamlets Residents

Do you want to improve your skills and knowledge or make your TRA or community group more effective? This training will help

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Community safety ward walkabouts 2014/15 - Find out more here