Affordable homes (6)

Questions to the Mayor of London – answered on 24th May 2022.

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Photo of Tony Devenish Tony Devenish Conservative

Further to MQ 2022/0224, could you please confirm if the number of homes each of the G15 housing associations has committed to building, from the 2016-23 Affordable Housing Programme, has been reduced from a previous figure? If so, please outline the reductions for each applicable housing association, along with the dates and reasons for these reductions.

Photo of Sadiq Khan Sadiq Khan Mayor of London

The below table shows G15 providers that have a reduction in homes from the end of September 2021 compared to end of April 2022. Progress against partners’ allocations is closely monitored and LH to their allocations are approved as part of the programme lmanagement process. Partners are operating in a challenging environment and working towards stretching targets as they share the GLA’s ambition to deliver for Londoners. As a result of these conditions, some projects have been delayed beyond the programme deadlines and this is the main reason for adjustments in allocation. The GLA seeks to hold partners to the targets which have been mutually agreed, and through the continuous market engagement route enables replacement projects to come forward.

Provider

Homes as at end of Sep-22

Homes as at end of Apr-22

Reduction  to homes

A2 Dominion

2,158

2,039

-119

Clarion

5,567

5,367

-200

Notting Hill Genesis

6,781

6,683

-98

Southern Housing Group

1,268

1,241

-27