Actually, I think that's third floor, fourth storey.
You're right, but I'm all about the accuracy. :)
Thanks to Betty D for tweeting this twitpic at us:
And thanks also to Dinendra for another photo:
Wow - scary. It's very lucky someone wasn't walking under there - I'm looking at the top of that building and it looks a state, there's a tree growing out of the gutter. Can anything be done about properties that are in such a state they're a danger to the public?
The house next to us is rented and they have stuff growing in the gutters, every time it rains the water pours down the side of the house. Lucky for us it's not the party wall, but it's such a shame to let houses get so run down.
Cllr Brabazon, copied me on a mail to the Head of Building Control at Haringey:
"My reason for writing is to ask whether you will be inspecting the adjacent buildings as well to ensure they are safe. Could you please let me and the other councillors know if there are other safety issues and also what notices you will be serving on the owners. More broadly it does raise the question of the state of buildings along Green Lanes.
Can you let me know also if the occupants of 423 have been evacuated."
Simillar concerns about other buildings on Green Lanes occurred to me. Good to see that Zena is on the case.