05.12.2012 - New London homes bridge the divide between rich and poor communities
Government welfare policies are segregating the rich and poor, but one housing association has other ideas. On the north side of Union Square there is a terrace of tall, early-Victorian townhouses. Elegantly proportioned, their weathered, sandy-coloured brickwork offset with white stucco, they epitomise the classic north London bourgeois family dwelling. The neighbourhood is chic and central, and coveted, it is said, by City bankers and lawyers. In London's booming property market, a three-bed home here goes on sale for 1.4m...............................................Full Article: Source
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