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Devon Mansions

These were originally named Hanover Buildings when they were built in 1875, the name was changed before WW2 to Devon Mansions because of the German city of Hanover.

They were built to house the working people of Bermondsey. They were very modern at the time with indoor toilets. Southwark Council took them over in 1965.

They were in a disrepair and much modernisation was started. In 1985 Margaret Thatcher introduced the “right to buy” and many tenants took advantage of this and as they sold their leases onto to new people in the borough, the community changed a great deal.

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Devon Mansions

Upgrade of Gas Pipes at Devon Mansions

To all residents at Devon Mansions, The gas network company SGN has already started works…

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EventsFCHS Annual General Meeting
May 13, 2024

RECONVENED – ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ON THE 28 MAY 2023

Fair Community Housing Services RECONVENED - Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 28 May 2024 The last meeting was not quorate. Invitation letters have already been sent out to TMO members.…
EventsFCHS Annual General Meeting
April 24, 2024

RECONVENED – ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2023

Fair Community Housing Services RECONVENED - Annual General Meeting 2023 Friday 03 May 2024 Invitation letters have already been sent out to TMO members. If you would like to join…
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March 27, 2024

Lewes House – Urgent Water Shutdown

Residents at 1-32 Lewes House Southwark Council contractors will be isolating the mains water service for works to be carried out on Tuesday 2nd April 2024 at 9:00am for a…
Latest News
March 15, 2024

POWER OUTAGE – TOOLEY STREET – SUBSTATION

Below is the following message posted by UK POWER NETWORKS on the 15th March 2024: As of 09:37 here is a summary of the issue - We became aware of…

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Horselydown Offices
2 Fair Street
London
SE1 2XA

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    Location of the TMO Office

    To get to the Fair Community Housing Services offices from London Bridge Station, walk through the station and exit on Tooley Street. Then turn right and walk along Tooley Street for approximately 10 minutes – passing the Southwark Council offices and Two Bridges Ale House & Kitchen. Our offices are located opposite Potters Fields and adjacent to St Johns Churchyard and playground on the ground floor of 2 Fair Street.

    The nearest bus stops from London Bridge are stops J (Unicorn Theatre) and K (Tower Bridge Road) – buses 47, 343 and 381 alight at both these bus stops.