Hands Off Chenniah
Join us in defence of Chenniah and black community housing rights!
Chenniah’s late grandmother’s secure tenancy agreement commenced in 1981. Due to Brent Councils gentrification regeneration programme that acquired the land Chenniah’s late grandmother housing estate was sited, the council transferred her to a replacement home signing the decant secure tenancy agreement in 2019.
To defraud Chenniah of her rightful home by right of succession and benefit from acquiring her home without due process the council falsely state her late grandmother’s tenancy agreement commenced in 2019 therefore Chenniah has no right to succession in disregard of [among others] the Housing and Regeneration Act 2008, Section 299 and Schedule 11, the Localism Act 2011, Section 160(6) and the Department for Communities and Local Government  A plain English guide to the Localism Bill.
This is the hostile environment Brent Council created for Chenniah, a disabled Windrush descendent.
We demand that Brent Council immediately :
- Withdraw the unlawful and illegal eviction perpetrated against Chenniah on 8 June 2023 and readmission to her rightful home, with keys and removal of corrugated steel placed on all doors and windows,
- Process Chenniah’s November 2020 succession claim and provide her with the secure tenancy agreement.
- Cease unlawfully disposing of the belongings in her home, cease the trespass in her home and trespass to goods,
- Cease all prejudice; disabled discrimination; harassment and trespass of the mind committed against Chenniah,
- Cease the slander of her late grandmother’s name and termination of all new accounts made after July 2023, in her late grandmother’s name; after her death and in Chenniah’s absence.
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