Monday, 27 March 2017

Inside Tottenham Hale's housing and race controversy

Plans to redevelop Tottenham Hale using Housing Zone funding have divided local opinion over accusations the homes will be out of reach of existing black residents. Reni Eddo-Lodgereports

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