Afghan’s need more bigga mansions for wives & many children

Afghan refugees in UK may need new homes built for them due to lack of large properties

The size of Afghan families involved in the resettlement scheme means councils are dealing with a shortage of suitable housing

Councils are preparing to rent private homes and buy or even build additional properties due to a shortage of large houses needed to accommodate Afghan refugees, The Telegraph can disclose.

Whitehall and local council sources said that the average size of families arriving in Britain as part of the country’s resettlement scheme was almost seven people, often including young children.

One family that arrived in the last week is understood to have as many as 12 members.

Most of them have more than 12 members.