A household of eight who have been compelled to maneuver out of their residence live in two homes separated by a twin carriageway after the council didn’t discover a property sufficiently big to squeeze all of them in.
Mom Rebecca Fenner and 4 of her youngsters live in a one-bed residence in Yardley, Birmingham, on the A45 with a double mattress and bunk mattress however no area for cots.
In the meantime, her husband Yassin Amrani stays on the opposite aspect of the busy street with their two eldest daughters.
Mom Rebecca Fenner (far left) lives with 4 of her youngsters in a one-bed residence on the A45 in Yardley, Birmingham, with a double mattress and a bunk mattress however no area for cots
In the meantime her husband Yassin Amrani (again proper) stays on the opposite aspect of a twin carriageway with their two eldest daughters
The mom of six stated the household have been kicked out of their previous residence when their landlord returned from Egypt. Pictured: The A45
The varsity women have needed to keep and sleep within the property alone at occasions whereas their father is out working.
Ms Fenner has stated her cramped and noisy lodging has been referred to as a jail by one among her boys.
The mom of six stated the household have been kicked out of their previous residence when their landlord returned from Egypt.
She informed BirminghamLive town council is taking no discover and that she is being ‘ignored’.
The varsity women have needed to keep and sleep within the property alone at occasions whereas their father is out working
Ms Fenner informed BirminghamLive: ‘My help employee is aware of about this and has raised it, however nobody on the council is taking any discover. I’ve despatched 50 emails and nobody has come again to me.
‘What do I do? I am being ignored. I am asking to be put in one thing which is self-contained. I hope we will transfer as quickly as attainable.’
The council provided the determined mom an upstairs room however she rejected it and claimed it was not proper due to the steps.
‘It is an terrible scenario. I can not deal with it anymore and neither can my husband.’
Ms Fenner (left) has stated her cramped and noisy lodging has been referred to as a jail by one among her boys
A Birmingham Metropolis Council spokesman stated: ‘Like all councils coping with a nationwide housing disaster, we would like to not have to put homeless folks in momentary lodging.
‘Now we have provided this household various lodging, together with rooms throughout the similar constructing of their present lodging in addition to rooms in a function constructed homeless centre, nonetheless they’ve refused each affords.
‘We are going to proceed to search for extra appropriate lodging for this family and can make sure that they’re contacted by one among our outreach staff who can present help and recommendation relating to housing choices together with renting within the personal sector.
‘Nonetheless, Birmingham has a excessive demand on our ready listing and all affords of everlasting lodging will likely be made in keeping with our housing allocation coverage.’