Some of the properties are near the block where 80 died.
THE mega-rich owners of empty properties in the Grenfell Tower fire borough have been revealed.
They own 1,652 buildings — some near the block where at least 80 died and dozens of families were left homeless.
The names were in a list that appears to have been accidentally sent out by London’s Kensington and Chelsea council, The Guardian revealed.
They include Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash and ex-New York mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Other vacant properties are owned by offshore firms linked to Christian Candy and Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Campaign group Who Owns England is calling for “increased transparency on ownership”.
The council has made 169 offers of accommodation to Grenfell survivors but so far only 12 households have been rehoused.