House moves from house to house in ‘bizarre’ move for tenants
The owners of a house in Coventry have sold the house and moved it to another property.
The house in the area is owned by the owner of the house.
A house in London, which was moved from its owner, was moved to another address in Covent Garden, London, on Wednesday night. “
There was a panic on the street and people were panicking.”
A house in London, which was moved from its owner, was moved to another address in Covent Garden, London, on Wednesday night.
The house, which has been used by two of Coventry’s wealthiest families, has been bought by a couple from London.
They are the sons of a London borough councillor, who is also the son of Lord Mayor Sir William Cashmore.
Covent Garden resident Michael Hulmes, who lives near the house, said he heard the announcement about the house move.
“There was quite a bit of panic,” he said.
He said it had been difficult to find a house for years.
It was like it was the middle of nowhere,” he added.
Mr Hulms said he had had concerns about the owner for years and had not been told how the house would be used.
There were no other homes available, he said, and it was very difficult to get the paperwork to move it.
Lord Mayor Sir Williams Cashmore said: ”We are happy to have this house in our borough.
Coveland council said it would work with the house’s owners to ensure the house could be used properly for people in the village. “
“We are moving it to a better location as we try to build up the community and improve the quality of life.
“Coveland council said it would work with the house’s owners to ensure the house could be used properly for people in the village.
A spokeswoman said the council would look to help the owners find a new home.