Early viewing advisable

April 16, 2015

I am shocked to hear of the poverty of accommodation, valued at a miserly £16,000 a year, offered to the president of Imperial College London by his employer (“Premium rate numbers”, Features, 2 April). On his salary of £368,000 he could afford better and may therefore wish to consider upgrading to the ex-council flat in Camden for which I and my flatmates pay a combined £25,000 a year. We are available for viewings from 6pm on weekdays.

Kathryn Buckley
London

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