James Cleverly AM MP: Thank you, Madam Chair. Prompted by Mr Knight, you mentioned more corporate involvement in the housing market and the provision of housing specifically for employees. Across the country, there are some significant examples where business owners have taken a very direct role in the provision of housing. I am thinking of Port Sunlight, Bournville, etc, where those - for want of a better word - early corporate entities recognised that they had a vested interest in the provision of good quality, local housing for the people working in their businesses.
You mentioned the utilisation of pension funds. Could you see other vehicles whereby the businesses over there, these glass-and-steel monoliths, might take a much more direct role in ensuring that particularly their support staff, who are not necessarily on the bigger salaries, are able to live close enough that they can get to work in a reasonable length of time and are able to house themselves at a reasonable cost? It is in their direct interest for those people to be able to do so.