It's a feature that runs all the way through the article:
They were being used by a housing association to accommodate families on Barnet Council’s waiting list, but under Hands’s control, Annington plans to replace them with 229 houses and flats for sale
At least 45 of them were granted homes on the estate only after declaring themselves homeless, and some have said they now face that prospect again.
Jeanette Ewans, a housing campaigner who opposes demolition, said: “We have got to get out of this mindset that homes are investments. It enrages me the owners treat us like pieces of furniture. We are going to make it impossible for them not to change their minds. We want everyone who has left the estate to be brought back.”
Residents and campaigners occupying the homes have been summoned to court next week by lawyers for Annington, which is seeking possession and prevention of further trespass.To the 'Guardian', it would seem that a house only makes the transition to a 'home' when someone other than the occupier actually owns it...