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It’s The Inequality, Stupid. Homes Should Be...

03.06.2016
The vision of houses as assets, and an economy that revolves around south-east England, create an imbalance that scuppers all our chances of security

Throughout the country, on any given night, some streets are darker than others, with no inhabitants to make the slightest noise. In London’s Kensington, or The Bishops Avenue, the houses are grand, earning their wealthy owners more than most people make, simply by existing.

In Liverpool, Yorkshire and south Wales, the empty terraces, often whole streets, have no owners, no inhabitants, and no real chance of being brought back into use anytime soon. They act as tangible reminders of Britain’s industrial heyday, before capital was sucked towards the capital, and employment ... .. more

Property | The Guardian

It’s The Inequality, Stupid. Homes Should Be...

03.06.2016
The vision of houses as assets, and an economy that revolves around south-east England, create an imbalance that scuppers all our chances of security

Throughout the country, on any given night, some streets are darker than others, with no inhabitants to make the slightest noise. In London’s Kensington, or The Bishops Avenue, the houses are grand, earning their wealthy owners more than most people make, simply by existing.

In Liverpool, Yorkshire and south Wales, the empty terraces, often whole streets, have no owners, no inhabitants, and no real chance of being brought back into use anytime soon. They act as tangible reminders of Britain’s industrial heyday, before capital was sucked towards the capital, and employment ... .. more

Property | The Guardian

It’s The Inequality, Stupid. Homes Should Be...

03.06.2016
The vision of houses as assets, and an economy that revolves around south-east England, create an imbalance that scuppers all our chances of security

Throughout the country, on any given night, some streets are darker than others, with no inhabitants to make the slightest noise. In London’s Kensington, or The Bishops Avenue, the houses are grand, earning their wealthy owners more than most people make, simply by existing.

In Liverpool, Yorkshire and south Wales, the empty terraces, often whole streets, have no owners, no inhabitants, and no real chance of being brought back into use anytime soon. They act as tangible reminders of Britain’s industrial heyday, before capital was sucked towards the capital, and employment ... .. more

Property | The Guardian

It’s The Inequality, Stupid. Homes Should Be...

03.06.2016
The vision of houses as assets, and an economy that revolves around south-east England, create an imbalance that scuppers all our chances of security

Throughout the country, on any given night, some streets are darker than others, with no inhabitants to make the slightest noise. In London’s Kensington, or The Bishops Avenue, the houses are grand, earning their wealthy owners more than most people make, simply by existing.

In Liverpool, Yorkshire and south Wales, the empty terraces, often whole streets, have no owners, no inhabitants, and no real chance of being brought back into use anytime soon. They act as tangible reminders of Britain’s industrial heyday, before capital was sucked towards the capital, and employment ... .. more

Property | The Guardian

It’s The Inequality, Stupid. Homes Should Be...

03.06.2016
The vision of houses as assets, and an economy that revolves around south-east England, create an imbalance that scuppers all our chances of security

Throughout the country, on any given night, some streets are darker than others, with no inhabitants to make the slightest noise. In London’s Kensington, or The Bishops Avenue, the houses are grand, earning their wealthy owners more than most people make, simply by existing.

In Liverpool, Yorkshire and south Wales, the empty terraces, often whole streets, have no owners, no inhabitants, and no real chance of being brought back into use anytime soon. They act as tangible reminders of Britain’s industrial heyday, before capital was sucked towards the capital, and employment ... .. more

Property | The Guardian
 
 

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