Mayor to set London affordable housing target at 25 per cent

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Mayor to set London affordable housing target at 25 per cent

There are reports that the Mayor of London is planning to fix a target for the amount of affordable homes being built in key housing areas of the capital. 

A property magazine claimed Boris Johnson would set the figure at 25 per cent. 

The London Assembly Labour member Tom Copley says that's ‘scandalously low’. 

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