One of the things I’m always amazed at when urbexing is just how much space there is going unused, especially in central London. Looking at the prices of flats recently there is a huge demand for property, many tiny and at extortionate prices, yet a few blocks away there could be a tower block sitting completely disused and falling into decay.
I guess it must just come down to development costs at the end of the day?
Today’s image is taken at Millennium Mills in the docklands area of London. A huge disused flour mill that’s not really in a habitable state, but on a piece of land that could easily be redeveloped. Of course, doing so would rob us of the opportunity to take photos of it, so it’s nice to be able to do that in the meantime.