A man who has found a unique solution to the housing crisis, could be forced to leave his container home if it breaches planning laws.
Fred interviews Duncan Shrubsole from the homelessness charity 'Crisis', about a controversial new law making it easier to evict squatters.
The principle of 'Squatters' Rights' will be scrapped on 1st September. From then police have the power to evict squatters immediately.
Proposals to build 1,400 homes around Boorley Green near Botley have been submitted for outline planning. The proposals, which could also pave the way for a new primary school, community hall, pub, supermarket, allotments and sports pitches, would change the look of the area.
Residents say developers shouldn't have put in a planning application in advance of a decision from a government inspector. While developers say the proposals will boost the local economy, those opposed see it as a threat to their community.
Developers are beginning a £34 million regeneration scheme at the Sherwood Estate in Tunbridge Wells in Kent by starting to knock down six blocks of flats in Kemble Close.
People who used to live there have been gathering at the local community centre to say a final goodbye to their former homes.
With soaring house prices it can be hard to get a foot on the ladder, or even afford to rent a place.
But instead of asking the council for help - Craig Farmer from East Hendred in Oxfordshire came up with a unique solution.
Now though his unusual living arrangements could be facing an uncertain future as Kate Bunkall explains.