More than 80% of victims at a fire in a London high-rise did not get housing

© RIA Novosti / Alex Monotonicity in fotobanka in a multistory building in West London. Archival photoMore than 80% of victims at a fire in a London high-rise did not get housing© RIA Novosti / Alex Monotonicity the image Bank

The UK authorities have still not provided new housing for more than 80% affected by a major fire in a London high-rise Grenfell Tower in June this year, reports the Independent newspaper.

According to information obtained by the publication in the London district of Kensington and Chelsea, only three families that lost their apartments in the fire, were moved into new housing, 29 families have been provided temporary housing. Another 165 affected families, according to the newspaper, the new housing has not yet received. Council spokesman declined to say whether they are still in the hotel.

A fire in a 24-storey social house, located in North Kensington is not too safe, though equipped with modern infrastructure the area to the West of the British capital, — occurred on the night of June 14. Killed and missing, at least 80 people. Most who lived in the house were immigrants from Africa and the Middle East.

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