On Thursday 30th May 2019, Inquilab Housing Association will be hosting Diana Warwick, Baroness Warwick of Undercliffe and Chair of the National Housing Federation for a visit and tour of its estates and schemes.  Diana Mary Warwick, Baroness Warwick of Undercliffe is a Labour member of the House of Lords, and Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom since 1999. She is former Chair of the Human Tissue Authority. She is also Chair of International Students House, London.

Inquilab is proud to be the first BME Housing Association visited by the Baroness. She will be spending time with Inquilab staff and residents learning more about community-based Housing Associations.

Inquilab, first registered as a Housing Association in 1986 with strong roots in the ethnic minority community base in West London. It was set up in Southall by a group of housing workers and residents, to tackle the grave issue of homelessness in the area. Inquilab has since triumphed for 30 more years and proudly supplies financial inclusion services, essential culinary education, IT training and employment opportunities to our communities through several initiatives and partnerships.

We at Inquilab are extremely pleased to have the Baroness with us.