Houseboats are to be found on the rivers of all great cities; London is no exception.
They are a charming part of the river scape: more than that, they provide essential low-cost housing in prime residential areas.
Mr. Andrew Moffat, the developer-owner of Cadogan Pier, came to the Dame’s attention when he and his social climbing family pushed their way forward to welcome Prince William and his wife to Cadogan Pier.
Little did the Prince know Moffat, an Aberdonian, was attempting to asset strip this historic pier..... so much part of the Thames.
Pushy is a good way to describe the Moffat family.
Their plan is to cast adrift houseboat owners from their Cadogan Pier moorings and re-let to those like the Dame needing a mooring for her Edwardian superyacht, The SS Hornet-a gift from her Armenian arms dealer 'gentleman friend'.
|THE DAME'S SPLENDID STEAM|
Moffat’s company, Albyns specialises in hugely vulgar interior decoration for the ‘international monied set’ with a 'taste by pass'
You can read all about Moffat's greedy plan HERE