Cashing in on the Housing Crisis
Reporter Callum Tulley meets some of the growing number of people living in temporary accommodation.
Panorama meets some of the growing number of people living in temporary accommodation. With a shortage of council-owned properties, and a desire to keep people, especially young families, out of bed and breakfasts, local authorities are increasingly turning to the private sector for help. In 2013, a change in planning laws meant companies could buy up and convert old office blocks into homes without planning permission. Reporter Callum Tulley explores life for residents living in these converted spaces.