10:00 – 16:00

Monday to Friday

36 Wellington Street

London SE18 6PE

020 8854 8848

Our History

Greenwich Housing Rights was set up in 1983 by a group of tenant’s associations and housing workers in Greenwich. We are a Housing law advice service, independent of the local Council.

We are mainly funded by the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the Legal Aid Agency to provide free legal advice and representation in housing matters.

Our advice services are accredited with the Legal Aid Agency through the Specialist Quality Mark and our solicitors are regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority. Greenwich Housing Rights is also registered with the Information Commissioners Office to protect any personal data we hold.

Our Beliefs and Values:


Greenwich Housing Rights is an inclusive organisation, committed to providing advice to anyone in Greenwich and the surrounding boroughs who needs support with their housing matter.

We are dedicated to supporting our clients with free, honest, and up to date legal advice, to improve their housing situation.

We aim to empower our clients, so they can take charge of their housing situation and with support make decisions based on what is right for their situation.

We are also committed to working together with our member organisations and partners to improve access to housing law advice and representation across the Royal Borough of Greenwich and beyond.

In everything we do; we are inclusive, dedicated, empowering and collaborative. Working with our clients to improve their housing situation.