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Daily Mail floor chart of the burning building
16 June 2017 17:46 Post ID: #1539612
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http://dailym.ai/2swrOll#i-10f386897ff6b32f

Do we really think publishing this is appropriate? Looks like a panni sticker book the papers really do scrape the bottom of the low life barrel just to sell a fucking paper!!!!

One thing that did stand out was the amount of non English living in there just how have some of them gotton through housing waiting lists?????
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16 June 2017 17:55 Post ID: #1539615 - in reply to #1539612
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The Daily Mail is c*nt.
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16 June 2017 19:09 Post ID: #1539619 - in reply to #1539612
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As much as I feel sorry for loss of life, look at the names! Really???
Roy Larner has had to sleep on his mates sofa! So much for looking after your own!
Oh, Lily Allen. Please fcuk off to Somalia and stay there!!!!
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17 June 2017 08:37 Post ID: #1539661 - in reply to #1539612
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It was tragic, but that says all you need to know about social housing in this country. Your kids ain't getting a council flat.
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17 June 2017 09:14 Post ID: #1539663 - in reply to #1539612
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Would not be surprised if there were multiple claims for compensation from non residents, that just happened to be visiting the tenants of the building.

Also there might be a few flats that were sub-let , and no accurate records of the amount of people living there.

Are you allowed to sub-let if you are a council tenant?

Edited by Coldlion 17/6/2017 09:44
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17 June 2017 11:35 Post ID: #1539678 - in reply to #1539663
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Coldlion - 17/6/2017 10:14

Would not be surprised if there were multiple claims for compensation from non residents, that just happened to be visiting the tenants of the building.

Also there might be a few flats that were sub-let , and no accurate records of the amount of people living there.

Are you allowed to sub-let if you are a council tenant?


Since when did whether or not you're allowed influence what council tenants do? Especially the types who were in there.
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17 June 2017 11:38 Post ID: #1539681 - in reply to #1539612
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No Cold you are not, and will get done for it. The Lakanal house fire had this issue. A lot was covered up as there were large amounts of flats that had people living there that shouldn't be. It also gives the opportunity to go missing. None of this will come out though. It also unfortunately has the potential of deaths that no one would be aware of.
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17 June 2017 11:54 Post ID: #1539689 - in reply to #1539681
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Something odd.
Why not just look up the council rates list for the Building, put a list up of all tenants and ask them to report to the Council. Check Hospitals etc. They have not named the tenant of the flat where the fire started!

They have named the Tenant, a cab driver , his fridge caught fire!


Edited by Coldlion 17/6/2017 12:40
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17 June 2017 12:41 Post ID: #1539691 - in reply to #1539612
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About 7 yrs we did a contract just north of Oxford circus, proper Fitzrovia. We were converting the ground and basement into a private medical assessment centre, above this were three flats owned by a housing association. Two of these were sublet privately by the tenants, if they got found out they would get kicked out, in the meantime they were banking a pretty penny.

If a housing association or local authority property is in a posh part of any city, then it could attract 'all the money' from a chancer tenant.

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17 June 2017 14:10 Post ID: #1539707 - in reply to #1539691
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If anyone is caught subletting they should not get a share of the "Millions of Pounds" raised via crowdfunding.

Also this is a gift for a terrorist, enter a flat and set it on fire, plenty of buildings suitable.

Also some "Junkie or low-life after money" could start a fire, crowdfunding and sympathy. Remember the women that had her children kidnapped to get money!
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18 June 2017 09:14 Post ID: #1539762 - in reply to #1539612
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Are the fire exit stair cases fire proof. Or are people supposed to walk through fire when going down the fire exit stairs ?

If the fire exit stairs & walls are made of concreate I don't know how fire can spread there. So why would the residents then be told to stay in their flats in the event of a fire when the fire exit is a few yards from every front door ?
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18 June 2017 13:30 Post ID: #1539781 - in reply to #1539612
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Fire exit staircases should be completely clear and smoke free.
The shaft itself is concrete, usually.
All other materials used in doors or panels should also be fire resistant and the doors self closing.
The problem is one of Maintenance. It only takes one defective self closer, or one broken pane of glass and the integrity is lost.

They don't want everyone to be evacuated at once, because the staircase at the bottom would have to be so wide as to make the building unusable.
And that should have been safe but for the staircase being compromised and fire spreading outside the building.
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