Fifty thousand new homes are to be built across 20 brownfield sites in London as part of plans to tackle the capital's chronic housing shortage.
The £400m scheme was announced today by Chancellor George Osborne and London Mayor Boris Johnson, and will mean developers are able to bypass planning laws.
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One of the teenagers was left so badly burnt doctors say he may lose his eyesight.
Jame Murray's challenge is to deliver Mr Khan's manifesto pledge to build more than 50,000 new homes a year - half of them affordable.
Ryan Lee was removed from the finishers' list because he was not picked up by the 5k checkpoint.