Thursday, 17 June 2021

Appalling Conditions Across A Housing Estate Of Nearly 500 Homes

The UK’s biggest housing association has admitted it has failed tenants after an ITV News investigation found widespread disrepair and squalid conditions across an entire housing estate of nearly 500 homes. Clarion Housing issued an apology to all its residents of Eastfields Estate in Mitcham, south London, admitting that they “had not had the service they deserve.” ITV News found shocking conditions on the estate and dozens of families living in damp, mouldy, crumbling homes with ongoing leaks. The estate is also plagued by a rodent infestation. Clarion, which owns 125,000 homes across the UK and this year recorded a turnover of £943 million, have been accused by Eastfields' tenants of abandoning them and ignoring their complaints for years. Read more on the ITV website.

Appalling conditions uncovered across entire housing estate of nearly 500 homes; ITV News 

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