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The Poor Door Debate: Do separate entrances make practical sense?

Barely a day goes by without controversy in the London housing market. However, the white heat of indignation in certain sections of the media is most definitely reserved for the top end of the market.

The most recent controversy in New York which has now travelled across the North Atlantic to our shores relates to separate entrances for the tenants of affordable housing in mixed use developments or as the media has dubbed them, ‘poor doors’. Edward Burton considers the issues surrounding how affordable housing is delivered in the capital.

Click on the link below to read Edward’s views which are reproduced with the kind permission of PrimeResi.

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