Where are the empty homes in Kensington?

Who owns England?

Image: The Grenfell Tower fire. Natalie Oxford, Wikimedia Commons.

As the nightmare of the Grenfell Tower disaster continues to unfold, one of the many painful questions being asked by survivors is: ‚Where are we going to live now?‘

Kensington & Chelsea Council have still been unable to give firm assurances that residents will be rehoused in the area, issuing a statement on Friday afternoon (later contradicted) that “Given the number of households involved, it is possible the council will have to explore housing options that may become available in other parts of the capital“.

On Friday, the Times reported that Jeremy Corbyn had an alternative solution. „Corbyn: seize properties of the rich for Grenfell homeless“ ran its above-the-fold headline (£). This was not, of course, what Corbyn had actually proposed, as the article itself revealed. In a parliamentary debate, the Labour leader had suggested that „Properties must be found…

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Australian-German artist-designer-publisher, with a passion for politics, currently based in Frankfurt and London. Covering a wide range of artistic production in the Visual Arts - exhibitions, design, curatorial. Zylvia has designed several publications for major art book publishers.

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