Lambeth Council is taking the government to court over laws that make it easier for developers to turn offices into homes.
The relaxed planning regulations are meant to ease pressure on the housing market. But councillors claim businesses and jobs will suffer as office space begins to disappear.
Ria Chatterjee reports:
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Hundreds of passengers were ordered to leave the terminal building and flights grounded after passengers suffered difficulties breathing.
Council leaders today called on the government to provide extra money to help resettle the youngsters in the capital.
An eyewitness said: "It was very unnerving. It was just after 12pm and there were suddenly police vans and cars everywhere."