Sunday 1 September 2013

All London Squatters meeting at Made Possible by Squatting

Calling All London Squatters


Made Possible by Squatting will be holding an All London Squatters meeting on Sunday 15th September from 2pm-6pm, to talk about strengthening our networks 1 year since the residential squat-ban and what we can do together in the event of a possible further criminalisation in the future. T.B.C: Guest speakers from the Netherlands, France and Spain about the squat-scenes there, and how people still squat in different legal landscapes. What are our options, what are we going to do? Let's talk about it, and take action!


Monday 11 February 2013

Squattastic This Weekend! 17th February

Squattastic Resistance Special this Sunday!  Practical and Legal

Resistance Workshops, films and exhibition with a People's kitchen
afterwards.  It's the usual 2-6 with extra social afterwards if you want
to stay, Central London location to be confirmed.

If anyone wants to run a workshop or help out with the people's kitchen
please get in touch.

Bring ideas, bring your squat mates and your bike lock (if you've got
one).  It's gonna be a fun-packed Sunday afternoon!

Monday 10 December 2012

Everything's Not OK Cafe comes to Bristol this weekend

Is it just us or is everything not ok?

In light of ongoing austerity measures, due only to get worse, the Cut the Crap Collective introduces a radical discussion space, unashamedly founded on anarchist principles - interested in collective action that works for all. It welcomes anyone who wants to communicate, learn and teach. Hosting workshops, film screenings, discussions and serving hot, tasty meals with the aim of creating a space where people can get together to openly talk and organise for a better future!


Weekend of the 15th/16th December – Central Bristol Location.

Click here for PDF poster to distribute in your city.

A network of squatters formed in Cardiff

From Cardiff Squatters (Network):

Hello, we exist now. A network of squatters, travelers, the unrooted, homeless people, and supporters.

We’re now meeting monthly and are hosting our first event, a Squatters/Travelers Workshop & Skillshare on Thursday 20th December at 3pm, venue to be confirmed. This will be an hour discussing the law around squatting, recent changes, and how to still squat legally in commercial  buildings. Followed by another hour skill-sharing how to secure and occupy spaces to live in.

We are currently organising events, planning projects, plotting against further criminalisation, setting up a squatters estate agents, and creating a support network for people currently squatting and for others interested in doing so.

Contact us at to get involved.
Find us at to stay updated.

Love & Rage!

Thursday 22 November 2012

London Housing Solidarity Meeting 2012

Tenants, travellers and squatters:
Sick and tired of being ripped off? Been bullied by bailiffs? Moved on with no place to go? You're not alone. 
Join us for an afternoon of housing related discussion, strategizing and networking. Talks from various groups on upcoming campaigns & actions alongside performances from London's finest housing activists. 
Saturday 24th Nov 2012. Discussion from 14.00 - 18.00. Colorama 2, 44-48 Lancaster Street,
London SE1 0RY 


07591 415860*

An eviction for one is an eviction for all.

Monday 3 September 2012

Roof occupation at Brighton squat over new law + 3 arrests

The first known arrests over new squatting law happened about an hour ago by squatters occupying a comercial property, who were using the upstairs residential area as an un-lived in social centre.

The police turned up this morning at around 11am to raid the property on London Road in Brighton, despite no crime being committed - as the new law restricts people living in unoccupied buildings, but not visiting them. Regardless, Sussex police have now arrested three people who attached themselves with glue, spending three hours to enter through barricades to remove them.

One of the visitors now on the roof of the squat said "On the roof init! Clowns got in but its gonna take them ages!" at 2pm, hours before three people were arrested inside the residential part of the building, despite not squatting the residential property.

The two roof top occupiers say they are up there to stay, as cops miserably fail to negotiate a deal with them. Support is currently gathering, but if you are free to pop down and say hello it'd be appreciated!

Wednesday 27 June 2012

Squattastic Meet Up - *UPDATE* NOW IN BATTERSEA

Workshops & discussions from 2pm,
Dinner Party, 6pm, Bring some to share!

Calling all squatters and friends of squatters, for workshops, discussions and dinner from 2pm on Sunday 15th July.

See you there!