Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Belushi, May 30, 2015.
christ on a bike.
I feel grubby just reading that.
The story continues....although this is usual stuff from Southwark Council:
oh do fuck off
It's cheaper to commute from Spain :thumbs :
they want a live in sex worker basically. Soliciting isn't legal now is it? worlds gone mad.
Affordable housing? The capitals first million pound shared ownership flat has gone on sale in Hackney
Shows how much bollocks the whole 'affordable' thing has always been. Without some link to average wages, all it seems to mean is 'still ridiculously priced but slightly less expensive than other flats in the development'. FFS.
For the ultimate in swank and to stop any undesireables using it, we will build our pool 10 stories up like, complete with views of Battersea Power Station and the Thames
when the bough breaks the cradle will fall and down will come cradle, baby and all.
A tenner to the first person to leave a turd in the thing, or drown a pigeon.
And the HA had the nerve to still call it affordable housing
'One of the largest housing associations in the UK last week announced it would no longer build social housing. Instead, its chief executive said, it will only build homes for sale, for rent at full market rates or for shared ownership.
Furthermore, Genesis housing association, which owns and manages about 33,000 homes around London and the south-east, will consider selling or raising the rents on its existing social homes once they become vacant'
'....It is sad that a sector that was created by social housing giants to challenge government policies on homelessness and poor housing conditions now seeks to mirror the current government’s backward steps into a housing policy more suited to the 19th century than the 21st. The chief executive of Genesis reportedly said that housing low-income families “won’t be my problem”. I wonder what those who founded Genesis almost 50 years ago would say to that.'
This is interesting, hopefully they're successful with their bid
London residents to bid for Mount Pleasant site to stop £1bn development
I worked for them in the 90s when they were Paddington Churches , very sad to see how they have changed , I left just as they were starting to go corporate
A glimmer of hope from Mount Pleasant. Bojo calling them 'bourgeois nimbies', what a kunt he really is.
Mark Oaten will pay 500 to stand underneath and watch someone do it.
Hopefully we haven't reached this stage yet..
In a Display of ‘Peak Caucasity,’ a White Man Claims He’s the Reason Another White Man Can Live in Brooklyn, NY
Back to the Seventies..
Why the London property market is heading back to the 1970s
In reality a bit more like this
I can't say that I find the idea of being drowned in a deluge of non-doms too appealing.
by taking only census data for 1970s housing they miss out the large increase in the socially housed obvious between 1971 and 1981.
don't stand under the pool then.
Developers at London's property fair are plotting how to demolish our homes
says it all really They hate that there is still plenty of Social Housing in London - even in the rich bits like Chelsea,Kensington, and Westminster.
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