Mr Mayor, the other aspect of Darren's [Johnson] question is about local employment. Now, I have recently been appointed a member of the CRE (Commission for Racial Equality) for this body, and attended a meeting there last week. They are still consulting about equalities procurement, and will not be finished until January. I have spoken to City & Guilds and another number of organisations which provide training. I cannot seem to identify, anywhere, a critical path analysis of the skills required and the timeframe for those skills. When I talk to the colleges, they tell me that it takes six months to set up or, indeed, expand a training course. A basic plumbing qualification is two years. My fear is we seem to be dragging on identifying the skills shortage, the way in which that gap can be bridged, and by the time people are actually trained to fulfil some of these jobs, the jobs will be already completed and the jobs will run away with them. Who is actually tying this together? Is there analysis?