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However, the number of households on the waiting list for social housing in each London borough in each year since 1997, as at 1 April each year, is published on the Communities and Local Government website in table 600. Note that the figures include all households
on the waiting list, and not only those that are homeless. The link for this table is given as follows:
Mrs. Lait: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for Brentwood and Ongar (Mr. Pickles) of 26 June 2007, Official Report, column 633W, on Hometrack, if she will place in the Library the written consultation representations from Hometrack. 
Yvette Cooper: Representations from Hometrack were received in relation to improving the efficiency of the mortgage lending process and in connection with their application to become early adopters of home information packs. None of these exchanges were part of a public consultation exercise.
Mr. Spellar: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what the average level of housing benefit was for (a) local authority tenants, (b) registered social landlord tenants and (c) private sector tenants in Sandwell Metropolitan borough council in each of the last five years. 
|Average amount of housing benefit paid to tenants in Sandwell Metropolitan borough council area by tenure|
|£ per week|
|(1) Private tenants includes regulated tenants, deregulated tenants and other private tenants. It excludes registered social landlord tenants.|
1. The data refer to benefit units, which may be a single person or a couple.
2. The average amounts have been rounded to the nearest penny.
3. Housing benefit figures exclude any extended payment cases.
Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit Management Information System Quarterly 100 per cent. caseload stock-count taken in the quarters shown.
Lynne Featherstone: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how many homes were built by registered social landlords in each London constituency in each year since 2003; and if she will make a statement. 
Mr. Iain Wright: The table shows new build completions through Housing Corporation Affordable Housing Programme, Transitional Local Authority Social Housing Grant and Thames Gateway investment via registered social landlords (RSLs) for each London borough between 2003-04 and 2006-07.
These figures include new build completions for affordable housing, social rent and low cost home ownership. Figures do not include homes provided through Section 106 without grant or through direct investment by RSLs, and therefore may be understating the number of new homes provided by RSLs.
|New build homes provided by RSLs through housing corporation investment|
1. Transitional LASHG concluded in 2005-06.
2. Homes provided through starter home initiative are included in the acquisition and refurbishment figures.
3. As shown in the table a further 15,402 homes for either social rent, intermediate rent or low cost home ownership were provided by RSLs, with housing corporation investment, through acquisition and refurbishment over these four years.
Housing Corporation IMS system
Lynne Featherstone: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how many units of social housing were available in each London constituency in each year since 2003; and if she will make a statement. 
|Social dwelling stock (local authority and registered social landlords) by local authority area, London|
Includes local authority stock from the Housing Strategy Statistical Appendix as reported by local authorities, and registered social landlords stock from regulatory statistical return as reported by registered social landlords.
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