Family say they can’t afford to live in seaside home-town due to soaring rent caused by second homes

A nurse and her firefighter fiance say they can no longer afford to live in their seaside home-town after it became overrun with holiday lets. 

Chantel Marriott and her partner Joss Gibson say they will have to move out of Swanage, in Dorset, as they can’t afford soaring rents caused by second homes.

The couple had lived in a rented house in the picturesque town for eight years, raising their three children in the town where they grew up. 

But they have now been given notice by their…

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