The influential Labour MP Stella Creasy singled out the work of colleagues Jim Fitzpatrick and Sir Peter Bottomley on leasehold reform in an interview with Andrew Marr on BBC TV yesterday.
The MP said reforming leasehold and other social issues were just the tasks MPs should be engaged in during this Parliament. The section can be seen 23 minutes on BBC iPlayer in here
The weakened government has a limited legislative agenda, and has the mammoth task of sorting Brexit. Many see MP-driven social issues such as leasehold having far more scope for success as a result.
Stella Creasy, the MP for Walthamstow in north London since 2010, has been sympathetic to leasehold issues and has met and corresponded with LKP.
The runner up as deputy Labour leader, she last month persuaded the government to support free abortions on the mainland for Northern Irish women: pregnancy termination in the province being virtually impossible even after cases of rape.
LKP has invited Stella Creasyto join the All Party Parliamentary Group on leasehold reform
Meanwhile, TV property queen Kirstie Allsopp has been Tweeting her support for an end to the leasehold houses racket.
“Government should intervene to prevent a new miss-selling scandal” Kirstie Tweeted yesterday: which LKP re-Tweeted to the housing minister, Taylor Wimpey and assorted housing stakeholders.