The host of Remarkable Renovations, George Clarke, takes aim at the country’s “broken housing system.”


The host of Remarkable Renovations, George Clarke, takes aim at the country’s “broken housing system.”

In a recent Instagram post, GEORGE CLARKE takes aim at the government and the UK’s “broken” housing system. The host of Remarkable Renovations remarked that the housing system is “a shambles.”

Remarkable Renovations, George Clarke’s new Channel 4 show, has been a huge hit in recent weeks. The show follows architect George as he meets Britons who are transforming structures that once served a different purpose into residences. He visited a Staffordshire couple last week who turned an abandoned 19th-century coach house into a beautiful family home.

George will fly to West Yorkshire this week to meet with a couple who are hoping to turn an old police station into a stunning residence.

George frequently updates his admirers on his thoughts, projects, and insights via social media.

On his Instagram account yesterday, George slammed the government’s “broken” housing system after it was announced that additional “Bunkabins” for single homeless people would be put in Cornwall Council’s New County Hall car park in Truro.

George shared a snapshot of the new “Bunkabins” on his Facebook page.

“This highlights just how bad our housing system is….a it’s mess….and the Government is making out that everything is wonderful and they are doing a fantastic job producing over 200,000 homes each year…,” he captioned the photo.

George Clarke (@mrgeorgeclarke) shared a post.

“Are they, however, the right homes in the right places for people who most need them?

“Obviously not….BUNKABINS FFS!?!?! #HousingCrisis #HousingCrisis #HousingCrisis #HousingCrisis #HousingCrisis [sic]

Fans who agreed with the property expert flooded the page with comments.

“There are so many empty buildings that could be converted right now,” one guy stated.

“Absolute shambles,” another user commented. Who else will be available to work in service sectors and health and social care if we don’t have cheap leased housing in towns and villages?”

“Awful and a shockingly poor name,” said a third.

“Cornwall has a homeless crisis, but I don’t believe this is right.”

“Certainly not!” answered a fourth. I reside in Cornwall, and while I was fortunate enough to locate rental accomodation, I will be trapped in this cycle for the rest of my life – cheap housing seems to be a myth.

“And with so many people migrating to Cornwall, it’ll just get more difficult for locals who can’t afford it.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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