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Mr. Paul Goodman: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how much the Preventing Violent Extremism Community Leadership Fund will distribute in (a) 2008-09, (b) 2009-10 and (c) 2010-11, broken down by (i) community capacity building, (ii) supporting young people, (iii) supporting women, (iv) building the capacity of faith leaders and (v) supporting local forums against Islamophobia. 
Mr. Paul Goodman: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government when the Radical Middleway expects to announce the next phase of its programme; how many locations Radical Middleway plans to visit in 2008-09; and what funding will be allocated to the programme in the three years from 2008-09. 
The Radical Middle Way programme of events for 2008-09 began in October 2008 and will continue into April 2009. All events are announced
online at the Radical Middle Way website, which has a comprehensive archive of past events.
The Radical Middle Way organise tours across numerous cities and towns across the UK. They have already visited Hounslow, West London, Central London, Nottingham, Sheffield, Cambridge, Peterborough, Birmingham, Luton, Crawley and in the summer of 2008 High Wycombe. We are currently aware of events that are planned on being held in London, Derby, Milton Keynes, Blackburn, Greater Manchester, Bristol, High Wycombe, Slough, Stoke on Trent, Plymouth and other cities and towns across the North which have yet to be determined.
Mr. Khan: Through comprehensive performance assessment, higher performing authorities are able to earn additional freedoms from Government. New local performance arrangements, through the national indicator set, local area agreements and a targeted assessment regime take this policy forward.
Tim Loughton: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what assessment she has made of effects of the rent-a-room scheme in providing accommodation for people who have lost their homes; and if she will make a statement. 
Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what her Department's latest estimate is of the number of families for each London borough housed in (a) council, (b) housing association and (c) private sector tenancies allocated by local authorities; and what the equivalent figures were for (a) 2006-07 and (b) 2007-08. 
Information for the number of dwellings owned by housing associations has been collected by the Tenants Service Authority (formerly the Housing Corporation), via their annual Regulatory and Statistical Return (RSR).
|Table 1: Local authority stock by London district (at 1 April)|
|Table 2: Housing association stock by London district (at 31 March)|
Includes general needs social housing, supported housing and housing for older people
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