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26 minutes ago, Parkwell said:

13% of the UK population live in London.

 

13% of the London population live in 13 HMOs

 

chopped em up real good and small, no bathrooms no cupboards no kitchen. cram em in then just bang em (the rents) up

 

 

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Inevitable outcome of housing and immigration policy...TPTB cant pretend to be to appalled or surprised..this was planned.

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Good for growth though......thinking about it would it be good for the neighborhood having so many people crammed into a home next door or up the road?...... surely that can't be legal doesn't matter who it is, unfit for human habitation.;)

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7 hours ago, thewig said:

13% of the London population live in 13 HMOs

 

chopped em up real good and small, no bathrooms no cupboards no kitchen. cram em in then just bang em (the rents) up

 

 

I know that you’ll be the one on these forums to appreciate the opportunities missed on this HMO.

First off knock through the kitchen cupboards, you normally would have two shelves in there that could double up as bunk beds. Those migrants are pretty thin anyway, so should be able squeeze a few in there.

Secondly, had no one thought of the front porch? Bit of plywood, bish bash bosh, £100pm, you can only stand up mind. But it doubles up as a concierge space to manage all the council/dwp letters. 

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The quotes from the Mayor talk about tackling rogue landlords and how that's good for tenants, fair enough. But at no point does he mention the ratio of people to available houses in London is clearly massively out of sync, or that prices for both renting and buying are crazy! So let's stamp out some of the landlords that are literally criminal, while offering no solution to the legal gauging of renters.

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3 hours ago, sideysid said:

I know that you’ll be the one on these forums to appreciate the opportunities missed on this HMO.

First off knock through the kitchen cupboards, you normally would have two shelves in there that could double up as bunk beds. Those migrants are pretty thin anyway, so should be able squeeze a few in there.

Secondly, had no one thought of the front porch? Bit of plywood, bish bash bosh, £100pm, you can only stand up mind. But it doubles up as a concierge space to manage all the council/dwp letters. 

smart guy, like your entrepreneurial mindset

the guy in the porch (aka city living vertical bedspace) gets 0.5% knocked off the rent because part of his job is to stand there during rush hour to vet anyone entering/leaving the property.


if these guys aint on the checklist, BOOM the rents just went up for anyone who IS on the checklist.

 

Chuck this guy a few breadcrumbs he'll be turning states witness in no time

 

 

 

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On 11/4/2017 at 6:27 AM, Wayward said:

Inevitable outcome of housing and immigration policy...TPTB cant pretend to be to appalled or surprised..this was planned.

Which the Guardian supported under Blair.

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On 11/4/2017 at 9:44 AM, BeyondAJoke said:

The quotes from the Mayor talk ... But at no point does he mention the ratio of people to available houses in London is clearly massively out of sync, or that prices for both renting and buying are crazy!

The two things - ratio and prices are linked.

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