Lords v Commoners: The Landlord’s Game

Bonnie VandeSteeg


London faces a housing crisis of epic proportions, with homelessness rife, house prices sky-high and many people unable to afford a home. At root, the housing crisis is a land crisis. London is home to millions of people – but the land on which it’s built is effectively monopolised by a handful of wealthy estates. Join us for a tour of some of the most expensive locations on the Monopoly board: places that Dukes and Earls inherited as fields hundreds of years ago, but now – thanks to a lucky roll of the dice – is some of the hottest super-prime real estate on the planet. The Land Justice Network organised the landlords Game to showcase some of the root causes of London’s land and housing crisis – and call for reform.


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