Sunday, October 15, 2006

Now there’s a surprise!

Key worker housing 'is mis-sold'

Subsidised flats meant for nurses and teachers in London are ending up in the hands of well-paid professionals and top executives, the BBC has discovered. An investigation by the BBC's Five Live Report centred on Chelsea Bridge Wharf by the River Thames, where a two-bed luxury flat costs more than £500,000.

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2 thoughts on “Now there’s a surprise!

  • Ergh.. shadow economy, double economy…. Just give these key workers decent wage and they will work situation out. Now with double play it’s nurturing both, housing and key worker services economy. We want both, but actually we are killing both..

    With such compensation, soon salary will become like buying a plane ticket, you get one price at the begining, another, when airport taxes added and yet another one when fuel surcharge added..

    Make everything difficult, unclear and corrupted.. Well done.

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  • tyrellcorporation says:

    ‘Threshold Housing said that on this particular scheme they used their own definition of a key worker.’

    Ahhhh, I see… Loony-Left schemes at their most Loony…

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