I strongly support the position you have taken on the loss of open space in local authority areas, even though that might occasionally make me unpopular in my area. But clearly, once the space is lost, it is lost forever. I think this is an area where there needs to be far greater development dialogue between yourself and the boroughs; a very delicate area because, of course, with increasing demand for public facilities new schools, new hospitals etc, you very often find the authorities have sold off the land that it sits on, which they could have previously built on and I think this is an area where there needs to be part of far greater dialogue.
I will abuse my role if I can, with the Chair's indulgence, by asking a second half to this question, which is totally different, which is whether you think that Londoners will benefit as strongly as I do from the designation of the National Park on the South Downs? That is a very important open space issue for Londoners, to provide access to good amenities to London and it should be strongly supported by us as a sitting government in London.