Concrete Action collective exists to support struggles for housing and spatial justice. We provide free support, architectural expertise and planning services to communities. We generate tactics based on knowledge sharing, empathy and solidarity. These range from uncovering radical architectural practices, digital mapping, whistleblowing and theatre. Based at Limehouse Town Hall in East London, we are open to collaborating with anyone interested in creating just and equitable cities.
What we’ve been up to
- May 2022 : Library of Tools ran a 'how to drill' workshop at Limehouse Town Hall.
- April 2022 : We've launched our new website! (This is it!)
- January 2022 : We added an interactive planning data map based on the GLA's (now defunct) London Development Database to our resource section.
- September 2021 : We signed the Radical Housing Network's 'People's Housing Charter'
- January 2020 : We ran a workshop on safe online organising practices.
- May 2019 : We participated in Raven Row's Open House.
- December 2018 : We were shortlisted for the London Festival of Architecture Thames River View pop-up.
- September 2018 : Our 'Reclaiming Regeneration' resource was published in the volume 'Regeneration Songs'