The future for temporary housing might be modular in the form of portacabins. From the initial Hanwell construction of 30 temporary cargo homes, Ealing Council has continued with the opening of Meath Court in South Acton Estates and apparently furthermore to West Acton. The continuation of these newly catalytic portacabins as a replacement of condemned tower blocks as temporary housing brings a vision of a Greater London with an array diversity of housing from brick homes, Tudor houses, tower blocks turned rumble and cargo villages. Is this the solution to the Housing Crisis enacted decades ago, from which some adults had not even been conceived? Or is this the symptom of a precipice, of a greater divide of economic classes?