Brixton property raffle in trouble with by advertising standards

Property raffles have been a “thing” for decades, and most of the pitfalls – including the very likely outcome that the house will not be awarded unless a defined number of tickets are sold – are well known. But this is, I think, the first time an advertisement for a London property raffle has been banned by the ASA, following the extension of the competition’s deadline by a year. The organisers dispute the accusations are apparently appealing. More here.