Housing the needy in London’s derelict homes

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Housing the needy in London’s derelict homes
13th October 2014

London has been facing a housing crisis for many years now,  and building new properties is slow progress. 

ButHabitat for Humanity is trying to tackle this issue. By taking unused derelict property in the capital and developing them into houses.
They then house people who are in need in these properties, as well as teaching the tenants about getting on the housing ladder.
Gareth Hepworth is from Habitat for Humanity.

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