A family consisting of 11 members were forced to stay in 3 flats situated nearly 100 miles from their original home.
The concerned Birmingham City council was not able to find a house comprising of 6 bedrooms for the family. This family like many others were left homeless after being illegally forced out of their rented private home.
They were evicted and had to stay in cramped hotels for months.
Ansar Hussain and Simone are two such people who were forced to stay out of their own home.The hotels and the Birmingham homes were not at all safe and had faulty electrical supplies and connections. There were also unhygienic due to leakages.
The family is still now waiting to be relocated and rehoused at a safe and hygienic location from their three apartment housing block.
After being evicted from their private house Ansar Hussain and Simone were left with no choices, but to stay in hotels.
They changed several along with their nine children.The hotels they stay in were situated between Burton to Bristol. All these time they were waiting for being rehoused by the Birmingham City Council who was in charge of this activity.
Their waiting time has crossed 65 days, and their conditions are deteriorating with every passing day in the unsafe three apartment block. The place where they are presently staying is located in the center of the city of Bristol. They are almost crying for a safer and better life every day.
The house from where they were forced out was in Rowdale Road in Great Barr. It was June 13 when they shifted to the unsafe home. This family is reported to receive about £20,000 every year as child tax credit. They were shifted to a Travelodge present in Burton; however, the children have to cover a distance of 42 miles per day to continue their studies in Great Barr.
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