A major change to our housing system, we’re going to be moving away from the current approach to building housing.
The first time you see it on the news, we will be moving towards this approach.
This will require a huge investment of time, resources and labour.
It will take decades to build a new housing system.
But this will be the first time in our history that we’ve been able to do this without the help of private investment.
This means that we will have to reinvent the system.
That is the challenge.
The new approach will include the building of new housing stock and, as we build it, the use of innovative approaches to housing.
It is a huge challenge to build and maintain a housing system where people are still living on the streets, on the street corners, on low incomes, without the support of a network of community partners.
In order to have the kind of sustainable housing that we need to ensure that the poorest people can live in communities with the support and stability that they need, we need the help and support of our neighbours.
That means having a network, which will have a role to play in building that support.
The next set of priorities will be: 1.
Building a new system for urban mobility: The first task will be to build the necessary infrastructure and infrastructure for this new system to work.
That infrastructure will need to include a public transit system and access to public transport.
Building affordable housing: The next task will involve the creation of affordable housing stock, including low- and moderate-income housing.
Increasing the supply of affordable rental housing: It is very clear that the most effective way to address the problem of low and moderate incomes is to ensure there is more affordable housing.
That includes housing that can be shared by multiple people, which means building more units of housing for older people, providing housing to families with disabilities and increasing the supply to young people and young families.
Building more affordable and sustainable housing: That means building new affordable housing units, including in new and older neighbourhoods.
Developing and supporting alternative and alternative-sized homes: A key element of this new housing is the building and supporting of alternative and different sized homes for those who can’t afford them.
Increasing support for people with disabilities: There is still a long way to go in terms of building a housing network that can support people with a range of disabilities, including people with intellectual disabilities, autism and dementia.
A lot of work needs to be done to improve accessibility and access in the building sector, and also to provide support for older residents and people with learning disabilities.
We have a long road ahead of us, but it is clear that we must take steps now to make this a reality.
Let me end with one last quote: “The challenge for the future of urban mobility is the need for new types of housing.”
That is a quote from the new mayor, Sadiq Khan, who will be launching the new city.
This is the most significant change to the way we live in London in 25 years.
It means a radical change to housing, and will take a long time to implement.
The City is committed to working with all the communities it serves to make the changes that we want.
The challenge is to build them together and deliver them together.