Building in central London occupied for homeless shelter

Tony Gosling tony at
Fri Mar 9 09:10:33 GMT 2018

News, Mar 1st

A building in Central London was squatted today in order to provide 
shelter for homeless people. The group who took this action writes:

/Since temperatures are so low and homelessness is still a big issue, 
some people came to an idea of opening a safe space shelter available to 

/So the building is at 204 Great Portland Street, entrance from 56 
Bolsover Road ( Sophia House). At the moment there’s some issues with 
electricity, however there is possibility to brew hot drinks and despite 
lack of heating at the moment it is still warmer & dryer than out on the 
street /

/So if you know or see any people sleeping rough or struggling with this 
chill: feel free to spread the word & address. /

/If the place will get attention of few people in need & we will deal 
with the electricity problems there may be some screenings & hot food 
servings in upcoming days./

/Any donations of heaters/sleeping bags/duvets warmly welcome. //Same 
applies to anyone who would like to volunteer some of their time for 
couple of shifts in here if it would come as necessary./

/Spread the word & share the post if you feel like./

This is a much welcome news considering that Streets of London 
<>: a charity providing support for 
people who are homeless in London and raises awareness about 
homelessness, report that there are 8,000 people sleeping rough on 
London’s streets each year. Homelessness and housing crisis are one of 
major issues experienced by Londoners. What’s more, those on the streets 
are subject to official harassment with measures taken to make their 
lives as uncomfortable as possible. Their situation is even worse when 
the weather gets as cold as it is now. Anyone who can, should go and 
help the good people from Great Portland Street.

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