Squatters target Qatari generals 17m townhouse hours after being evicted ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน from another mansion Evening Standard 5 days ago Barney Davis and John Dunne Squatters who occupied a Belgravia mansion hours after being evicted from another property now plan to use a neighbouring house owned by a Qatari ex-general as a community centre. Activists from the Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians were ejected from a 15 million base in nearby Eaton Place yesterday by police and bailiffs. Within hours they were bringing bedding and furniture into a seven-storey property once owned by the Victorian archaelogist Augustus Pitt-River. ผ้าปูที่นอน ราคา It has since been converted into offices. The group also intend to use the empty mansion next door on Grosvenor Gardens as a community centre for talks, film screenings and events. Provided by Independent Print Limited squatters-.jpg Squatters enter the 17m mansion (PA) According to Land Registry documents, that house which has 18 bedrooms was bought for 17 million in cash on June 22 by the former head of Qatars armed forces. Hamad bin Ali Al Attiyah supplied Libyan rebels in the 2011 civil war and is now president of Qatari football team El Jaish. The group said they were not intending to sleep in his house as it is a residential property and they would be quickly evicted. Tom Fox, 23, said the group had spotted the Pitt-Rivers house before moving into the Eaton Square address 10 days ago. He said: We thought wed take Eaton Square first because it would be a better starting point but this one turns out to be worth much more.
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