There are around 100,000 overcrowded social rented households in London. Why won’t the Mayor act? LTF comment.
Simply calling it ‘Good Growth’ won’t make it so: London needs targeted home building that meets evidenced need. LTF comment on draft new London Plan housing targets
LTF analysis of dwelling stock in London shows that estate demolition has resulted in no more social rented housing in the capital than we had in 2001.
Our borough by borough comparison from 2001-17 here - identifies Southwark (the worst) with 10% less social housing stock than in 2001 and Brent (the best) with a 17% increase in social housing stock since 2001.
LTF response to the Social Housing Green Paper consultation - link here
LTF Social housing delivery 2014-17 League tables - Link here to briefing and tables
LTF presentation on housing targets and delivery in London 2014-17 and housing need to 2018 Conference 20th October (organized by LTF, London Fed of Housing Co-ops and NFTMO) (includes info on delivery in London boroughs and some analysis on housing association delivery) - link here
Just ten percent of homes delivered in London in 2016/17 were social / affordable rent - LTF analysis of the data from the September 2018 London Plan Annual Monitoring Report
Four things LTF will be looking for in the 2018 Social Housing Green Paper - A positive future for social housing in London
LTF engaged with London Assembly Housing Committee investigation - social housing tenants' involvement in decision-making about their homes post-Grenfell:
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