Stop selling Council homes & demolishing estates needed by homeless, overcrowded residents & bedroom tax victims.

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Tom woolman
7 years ago
lived in London 1974-9

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Anita Kanitz
7 years ago
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Laura Marano

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Anne Lynch
7 years ago
This is an outrageous mismanagement of housing stock for the poor and shows a complete disregard for the homeless residents of H&F who are in need of housing assistance, how dare this go ahead without proper consultation of all the residents. This is an abuse of power in the wrong hands.

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Fred Pigden
7 years ago
Council estates and housing are needed for ordinary people on a tight budget not the rich that's what councils are for

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helen geddes
7 years ago
its important for me as i waited 21 years for a council house now my daughter been waiting 3 she only got to wait other 18 years might be lucky we are a generation of tax payers and we seem to be treated like aliens things need to change

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janet mccreadie
7 years ago
because you are forcing people out of their homes. because of bedroom tax. and also because you want to be able to rehouse non british familys before our own people. disgusting.

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alfred williams
7 years ago
I Do not like. what you are Doing. and how you are. dealing with the Housileing. stock

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Entisar Ahmed
7 years ago
I've been homeless and refused to rehoused despite the fact I am living and working in the borough

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Sally Burch
7 years ago
Put people first - not developers' profits!

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Maja Fish
7 years ago
It is scandalous to sell council flats and further erode the base of affordable accommodation. Where are those who are not rich supposed to live? At Fulham Reach?