Kimberley Winter-Sullivan Nine years ago we agreed to give up our two bed adapted home for a one-bed wheelchair adapted property for my mum, and a one bed flat for myself, but we have waited 9 years.
I have been told that when they re-house me I could be re-housed up to 30 miles away from my mother, who needs full time care and support from me which will be really difficult if I end up miles and miles away from her.
Also been told if I am re-housed I will only have my tenancy for 5 years and then will be expected to move on to private rented accommodation, as a full time carer who provides a minimum of 35 hours care a week, I am not in a position to save up a deposit.
Luke Hanrahan has been investigating what's behind London's housing shortage and the impact it's having on those who live here.
The mayor believes the economic recovery should force developers to rethink their commitment to social housing.
The jury is still out on the Help to Buy scheme, designed to help people take their first steps on the property ladder.