1:19 AM, 18th May 2018, About 6 years ago 5
Whoever thought we would see landlords funding a campaign to save tenants from rent hikes and eviction?
It’s happening though!
Bournemouth is the latest City to see the erection of Section 24 campaign billboards.
The first in Bournemouth is located just off 549 Wimbourne Road, Winton BH9 2HP, and traffic data shows that 578,635 motorists will pass it every month.
The second is located at 157 Holdenhurst Road, BH8 8DQ. Traffic data figures are 842,985 a month.
These are two of 10 additional campaign billboards to be erected following a Just Giving fundraising campaign started by Property118 Managing Director Neil Patterson just over a week ago.
The campaign was inspired by David Heard, a landlord based in Portsmouth, who was so frustrated that his MP was “stone-walling” him that he decided to dedicate his own billboard to attract her attention.
The Just Giving campaign is ongoing and we would like to see more of these billboards in many other towns and cities. Please see the link below for further details of the campaign.
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