Web
Analytics
Report - - SUMMERTON HOUSE, London 2019 | High Stuff | 28DaysLater.co.uk

Report - SUMMERTON HOUSE, London 2019



haloxx

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
This 25 story block was constructed in 1968 and then stripped out and re-built in 1999 after numerous complaints from residents about privacy issues and health and safety concerns. It resides in the borough of Tower Hamlets and recently been rinsed by numerous groups of Ally Law fanboys. According to Tower Hamlets council at the time of construction, it was the tallest brick-built structure in Europe at the time. The unique steel structure on the roof had the purpose of pre-stressing the newly laid brick by generating large amounts of downward pressure.

Due to numerous acts of vandalism from the 'new breed of EU youf' anybody with two legs will be able to explore this with ease.

Out of the 138 flats, 137 are for social housing and the block has been owned by the Tower Hamlets Community Housing since 2000.

Security has now clocked on so it's only a matter of time before this will maybe get locked off so go while you have the chance. It should take approximately seven seconds to find on google earth but if you are somehow having trouble just shoot me a PM.

Here are some photos i guess:

IMG_6504.JPG


winterton.jpg


IMG_6504.JPG
 

Rexter

The Quiet one
28DL Full Member
#2
Stop baiting this spot out yes security know but do not send more people to the location simple! SMH
 

mockney reject

Horrendous exploring cunt......
Regular User
#4
Stop baiting this spot out yes security know but do not send more people to the location simple! SMH
At least hes had a crack at a report rather than wanking it all off on instagram and facebook like what seems to be the norm these days
 

haloxx

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#8
I’ve done reports reports on here ;) take a look and you shall find
Made it more as you were trying to keep it secret when in reality its not a top secret spot.. stop trying to keep the spot for yourself when it's literally one of the most rinsed roofs in London. Lol.
 
Last edited:

Similar threads