Rental Property

Deputy Prime Minister written question – answered on 24th June 2004.

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Photo of Jeremy Corbyn Jeremy Corbyn Labour, Islington North

To ask the Deputy Prime Minister how many (a) council and (b) housing association new dwellings for rent he expects to be completed in the current year in each London borough; and what his expectation is for 2005–06.

Photo of Keith Hill Keith Hill Minister of State (Housing and Planning), Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

The Housing Corporation estimate the following forecasted rent completions by housing associations in London local authorities in 2004–05 and 2005–06:

Forecasted housing association rent completions
Local authority 2004–05 2005–06
Barking and Dagenham 47 308
Barnet 50 357
Bexley 12 147
Brent 185 628
Bromley 119 138
Camden 187 189
Corporation of London 0 0
Croydon 199 268
Ealing 214 314
Enfield 217 382
Greenwich 215 301
Hackney 289 514
Hammersmith and Fulham 166 283
Haringey 284 429
Harrow 55 76
Havering 87 151
Hillingdon 118 92
Hounslow 79 247
Islington 205 683
Kensington and Chelsea 45 90
Kingston Upon Thames 170 52
Lambeth 226 621
Lewisham 495 361
Merton 83 133
Newham 256 493
Redbridge 82 103
Richmond Upon Thames 138 68
Southwark 311 459
Sutton 175 206
Tower Hamlets 154 800
Waltham Forest 83 221
Wandsworth 102 47
Westminster 132 261

In addition in their Housing Strategy Statistical Appendices returns last year, five London local authorities proposed additional affordable housing completions/acquisitions in 2004–05. These were:

Local authority Proposed affordable housing completions/acquisition

(2004–05)

Croydon 5
Enfield 2
Hillingdon 32
Southwark 100
Wandsworth 56

These data cannot be broken down for local authority new dwelling completions for rent specifically. No data are held for 2005–06.

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