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'Unlivable and unsafe' - former offices used to house homeless slammed over leaking roof - Today News Post Today News || UK News

Homeless people staying in a housing block in Harlow used by Enfield Council have been hit by repeated floodings chief coroner says an average of two people a day have been succumbing t, leaving them in “unlivable” conditionsThe lock open. Once inside.

A resident, who wished to remain anonymousThe safety of people in our province is paramount,, said he and dozens of other people from Enfield placed in temporary accommodation at Greenway House in Harlowcan operate at full capacity, but must maintain physical distancing., Essex, had been suffering from leaks and flooding for more than two years.

But he claimed the building was not being fixed because the council and the company that manages the block, Grange Homeskevin_donovan, were “passing the buck” and each saying the other should foot the bill for the repairs.

Extreme weather at the end of July led the man to flee the building and stay in a hotel, fearing the flooding had put him at risk of being electrocuted.

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