And I'd like to hear more from you, obviously not now but over the coming months, about how you are going to work with those adjoining areas which very much have our objectives in common. I think that's very important for Londoners.
Could I ask one other question then, which is about the schools issue and open space? I have a feeling, and again this is something where a Mayor of London might be able to offer leadership, that there is a real problem with public assets which have been disposed of too readily in the past and which are part of the legacy for our future. Local authorities sell off redundant school buildings and then find themselves without land when they need to provide land. I was wondering whether you could provide leadership in London to help take that debate forward?