Andrew Dismore AM: Congratulations, Mr Mayor. Do you remember during the election campaign visiting West Hendon Estate in Conservative Barnet and speaking to residents there? They are getting an even rawer deal than was even suggested in this question in terms of rehousing of tenants, particularly protected tenants, and also leaseholders. The same is about to happen in Grahame Park in Conservative Barnet as well.
Tony Arbour AM (Chairman): This is a bit tenuous, Assembly Member Dismore. Can you relate it more closely to the question?
Andrew Dismore AM: Going back to your constraints, Chairman, if you look at the question rather than the statements at the start of the question, it is about the rights of tenants and leaseholders rather than the specific of the estate.
Tony Arbour AM (Chairman): It refers to Ealing, not Barnet.
Andrew Dismore AM: Yes, but the question talks about the rights of tenants in regenerated estates rather than the statement at the beginning of it. I am sticking to your constraints and talking about the question rather than the statement.
The point I wanted to make, Mr Mayor, is whether, having visited those estates, you will have a look at the permissions that went through City Hall to see if any of them can be revisited and if further permissions may be required from City Hall? Perhaps you could ask the Deputy Mayor for Housing to look to see what can be done around those two estates. In particular, perhaps you could also make sure that Barnet actually raises people who have been moved to vote because they failed to do so in the last election. Perhaps I could also ask if you would like to visit Bacton Estate in Camden where regeneration has been done very sympathetically and with the support of residents who are all very happy. That will show, in contrast, how Labour Camden can do it as opposed to Conservative Barnet that has screwed up the residents very badly.