The London mayor has announced plans to convert large numbers of private housing into council homes before the next decade.
The process of advertising a room in your house is simple and straightforward, along with hardly any background checks, and little to no laws protecting the lodger, it’s a system that isn’t a difficult one to abuse.
There were 10,726 rough sleepers in London between April 2019 and March 2020, according to concerning data compiled by multi-agency
THE ROYAL BOROUGH: property prices in Kensington and Chelsea dipped more than any other London borough
A Spotify-style subscription for your home – experts discuss the future of housing at Kensington event
In the same way that Spotify dismantled individual ownership of music, subscription-based networks could do away with the need to
London families will be forced to abandon homes under Osborne’s ‘pay to stay’ reform claims Tom Brake MP
Hard-working families will lose their London homes and be forced out of the capital by George Osborne’s ‘pay to stay’
Prison workers’ union slams George Osborne’s proposals to close ‘Victorian’ Brixton and Wandsworth jails
London’s ‘Victorian’ jails, such as Wandsworth and Brixton HMPs, are to be closed to make way for new housing in