Banker George Peabody's legacy of homes in London


An American banker helped put up thousands of homes in London 150 years ago to help the poor and homeless.

Adam Fleming reports on the work of George Peabody and his housing legacy of 20,000 properties.

It was followed by a debate with Lord Fowler, Lord Prescott, Don Foster and Peabody chief executive Stephen Howlett.


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