The Mayor's plans to build more affordable homes in London will be scrutinised today.
The London Assembly will ask a panel of experts if the Mayor will reach his target to build 55,000 affordable homes by 2015.
To reach his goal, around 9,000 new-build starts should have begun, but the committee says only a third of these were confirmed by the end of September.
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