I have been contacted by constituents angered by the recent S106 re-negotiation in regard to affordable housing on the Greenwich Peninsula. The constituent asks: 'The Royal Borough of Greenwich recently agreed to vary the section 106 agreement on 11 plots on Greenwich Peninsula without any public consultation. This will result in the creation of a polarised community with no affordable housing on plots in the north and very high proportions of affordable housing concentrated in the south - in conflict with the agreed Masterplan, the borough's own UDP and the London Plan. On the basis of the London Plan's policies on mixed and balanced communities, will the Mayor agree to decline any planning permissions on plots within this section 106 area that result either in no or very high levels of affordable housing?' If not, why not?