London fire survivors will get Luxurious flat’s

UK

The UK government announced the rehabilitation of the victims of the fire in Grenfell Tower in London, a luxurious housing. According to the BBC, 68 housing flats in one, two and three bedrooms will be given to the victims of the housing in Kensington’s heart.

Each flat given to the affected families will have furniture and all the technical facilities will be arranged. The flats are expected to be completed by the end of next July.
The Kensington Rowe development apartments are newly built from the Grenfell Tower, half a mile away. The lowest price is 1.5 million pounds. And for the victims, the price of some of the flats worth 85 lakh pounds. Surviving the fire, you can live permanently at the Kensington Roam Complex from July and August.

The Development for Communities and the local government have said that additional parts of the money received for the victims from the public will be spent on the construction of the flat. So that the victims can be rehabilitated by completing the construction work quickly.

Two weeks ago, in addition to the death of at least 79 people killed in the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, many more people became homeless. There has been a storm of condemnation in the United Kingdom and around the world due to slow pace of fire control.

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