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East London council tenants have given overwhelming backing to a £170 million housing action trust (HAT) bidding to take over and refurbish their estates.It opens the way for an eight-year programme to demolish the tower blocks and low-rise flats and put up individual houses in their place.The estates are Chingford Hall, Boundary Road, Oliver Close and Cathall Road in Waltham Forest borough.All were built in the late 1960s and early 1970s as mixtures of tower blocks and low-rise ...

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