Tell us: are you on the waiting list for affordable housing in Westminster?

Homes acquired with “dirty money” in the richest parts of London – areas in the borough of Westminster – could be seized and turned into affordable housing under plans to crack down on oligarchs using Belgravia, Knightsbridge and Mayfair “to rinse their money”.

Labour-controlled Westminster city council is examining the use of compulsory purchase orders where it finds properties are not being used for their stated purpose.

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