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25 October 2017 14:08 Post ID: #1558578
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Received an email from Zoopla asking if I'd like to 'take London living to the next level' and rent a one bed flat in Elephant Central for £410-£445 a week.
Cheers I'll take two.

London has gone to shit with all these developments, New Bermondsey Village etc. Nice to know the councils are thinking of the locals when they approve this.
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25 October 2017 14:46 Post ID: #1558589 - in reply to #1558578
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flats in croydon now go for 800K in some areas
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25 October 2017 14:55 Post ID: #1558590 - in reply to #1558589
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High Life Street - 25/10/2017 14:46

flats in croydon now go for 800K in some areas :crackingup:


Archway redevelopment, Archway Tower turned into flats, rental only 2 bed is £3000.00 a month.
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25 October 2017 15:34 Post ID: #1558592 - in reply to #1558578
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In 1997 a studio flat on the Den was £32,000. I looked a few years back, worth £120k, probably more now. A small let bed and kitchen, with perhaps toilet or shared on Baker Street was £85 to £110 a week. From memory. How did it get to a situation where people pay more than 50% of their earnings on the place they live in? It's bonkers. That's why I don't give a shit about farmers. Disgraceful cunts. I'm sure the state helps out but even I find that astounding, a landlord should not be getting help from the state to fund his income when it comes to full time workers.
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25 October 2017 20:16 Post ID: #1558617 - in reply to #1558578
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you want to try living here, I live just off of Spa Rd, and see all those ponces around the Artesian this and artisan that at the weekends. The gentrification of inner london is forcing people out no doubt, soon you will get to a stage where all the "support workers" - your shop assistants, council workers, bus drivers etc live miles from the centre of town and because of the Mayors pressure on forcing people on to bikes and public transport no one will be able to either afford to or simply get to work due to time constraints. And what will be left in the centre of London where communities once thrived - nothing but empty flats and houses owned by foreign investors and rented out to foreign students who can afford these astronomical rents. I have 5 chinese lads living on my estate who pay £300 a week each (god knows how) for a privately owned flat on a council estate. Thats what the world is coming to.
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25 October 2017 22:13 Post ID: #1558621 - in reply to #1558578
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Lived in Maidwell st before the haygate air raid shelters on the corners rats every where The only difference now is that the rats have morphed into a new breed called estate agents
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