Knock down tower blocks says Andrew Boff

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Knock down tower blocks says Andrew Boff

London Assembly member and Vice-Chair of the cross-party housing committee, Andrew Boff is calling for no new high-rise blocks to be built in London and hundreds of existing homes to be knocked down in light of the Grenfell Tower fire disaster. Speaking to London Live News presenter Reya El-Salahi, the Conservative politician also says plans by Transport for London to deliver 10,000 new low-cost properties by 2020 in the capital are unrealistic.

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