The temporary shop, named Rotten Homes Liverpool, ran from 26-28 April, showcasing examples of rogue landlords through photography and video footage.To see a gallery of pictures from the campaign click here.
The goal of the campaign was to generate 1,500 signatures for a petition asking the new Mayor of Liverpool to stamp out rogue landlords and make sure families have somewhere decent and safe to live.
Jonathan Emmins, founding partner of Amplify commented: "We wanted to capture the attention of people in Liverpool and provide an emotive connection to situations that are affecting real people in their city. We hope through this campaign that we are able to effect the right people and acquire the signatures needed to evoke change."
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