Housing will tackle exclusion

More than 23,000 new homes would be built in London every year
under plans published last week to tackle social exclusion and
improve health.

The plans, published as part of the Greater London Authority’s
consultation document on the future of London, say half of the
homes would be for those on lower incomes. A spokesperson said the
proposals placed a clear focus on new developments where need and
opportunity were greatest.

For more contact www.london.gov.uk

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