You previously confirmed in response to question 2013 / 4206 that the Strategic Housing Market Assessment did not undertake an assessment of the need for Affordable Rent when it is charged at various rent levels (i.e. at various points between target rent and the maximum of 80% of market rent). Evidence provided by the boroughs has shown that in Westminster a family-sized Affordable Rent property charged at 80% of market rent could require a household income in excess of £135,000 a year. In the same borough, the same property charged at target rent would require a household income of £28,000. From this extreme example, it is clear that Affordable Rent meets significantly different needs when charged at different levels. Given you have not measured how this tenure meets various needs at different rent levels, how can your housing target be said to meet local need?