"Minimalism" is one thing. This is something else entirely.
Corporate landlords filed 5,214 evictions cases in the month following the nationwide moratorium, according to the Private Equity Stakeholder Project.
This is a mezzanine floor above a bed. With nothing actually on it. For £1,400 a month.
The south London shopping centre is being demolished to make way for a new development. But traders within the complex say that they have not been offered a suitable place to relocate.
Given all the instances of co-living for a shared benefit, it looks like we're at the start of another surge in communitarianism, even if its pioneers don't think of themselves that way.
Here, have a shower in your kitchen, in Stoke Newington, for a thousand pounds a month.
Step right up to the buffet of cursed light fixtures, harrowing artwork and other items you might find in your rental property.
A VICE News Freedom of Information request reveals that there has been a 26 percent drop in homes occupied at social rent on the contested Woodberry Down estate in east London.
Why! Why is it always there??
Three years on from the devastating fire, survivors are still waiting for justice.
Your own windowless basement in London Bridge, for just £2,000 a month.