What sorts of housing most benefits London's poorer neighbourhoods? My story of a test case of sorts begins:
"Boris Johnson has given the go-ahead to a £50m development project in a London borough led by a political ally, despite a warning from his own planning officers that it will fail to help meet the housing needs of some of the poorest local residents. The scheme, which will bring new housing and a health and social care centre to the White City area of west London, originally provided for 50% of its accommodation units to be 'affordable' - half for private purchase at 'intermediate' prices and half for 'social rent' by the least well-off."
Now read on.