Worried former residents of the asbestos-ridden Hermes and Chantry Points, system built blocks on Elgin Estate in North Paddington, London, question Professor Richard Peto on his report on the likely long-term health risks. The flats were used to house homeless families as part of the notorious 'Building Stable Communities' policy devised by Westminster Council under the leadership of Dame Shirley Porter.
Worried former residents of the asbestos-ridden Hermes and Chantry Points, system built blocks on Elgin Estate in North Paddington, London, question Professor Richard Peto on his report on the likely long-term health risks.
Worried former residents of the asbestos-ridden Hermes and Chantry Points, system built blocks on Elgin Estate in North Paddington, London, question Professor Richard Peto on his report on the likely long-term health risks. The flats were used to house homeless families as part of the notorious 'Building Stable Communities' policy devised by Westminster Council under the leadership of Dame Shirley Porter.

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Date: 5 Feb 1997
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