Right to Buy homeowners 'being forced out of London'
Homeowners who bought properties under the Right to Buy scheme claim they are now being forced out of London.
The problem has arisen because many estates are being knocked down and redeveloped, and people who bought their council homes are facing compulsory purchase orders.
But as property expert Luke Doonan finds out, some homeowners say they are being forced to sell well below the market rate.
He talks to homeowner Beverly Robinson and Mark Williams, Labour councillor for Southwark Council.
09 Sep 2014
- From the section London