A radical rethink of Labour Party policy has been proposed by the Labour Representation Committee (LRC)before the forthcoming conference.
The LRC has drawn up four model motions including a repeal of the Health and Social Care Act, which many claim is wrecking the NHS.
It also charges that private finance initiatives should be ditched to prevent the enrichment of private builders at the expense of patient care, as well as the restoration of the Health Secretary's duty to provide comprehensive healthcare.
In addition the LRC is backing for a massive social housing construction programme, the end of "right to buy" and restoration of rent controls over private landlords.
The third model motion has the LRC calling for Labour to reject planned rises in state pension age and maintain retirement at 65 as a minimum.
Finally, it is demanding the renationalisation of the railways. This fourth motion "welcomes recent statements by shadow Transport Secretary Maria Eagle that Labour is 'looking at all options' including renationalisation as rail passengers are being 'clobbered with the highest fares in Europe'."
The LRC has 1,200 members in constituency Labour parties across the country.
The group's national co-vice-chairwoman Susan Press said: "These motions address key policy areas where Labour must offer a radical alternative to the millions affected by the relentless agenda of cuts and privatisation being pursued by this government.
"We hope the conference will join us in fighting for the NHS, decent housing, pension rights and restoration of the rail network from a privatised lottery to one which is publicly owned, affordable and accountable."
The deadline for Labour Party conference motions is September 21.