London's 2012 Summer Olympic Games organisers justified its £9 billion pound price tag with promises to deliver not only a sporting extravaganza, but an 'Olympic legacy' of prosperity for the East London boroughs where the Games were held. I am deeply concerned to learn that some five years on, that the six host boroughs have seen a spike in homelessness and numbers in emergency temporary accommodation, and that low-income local residents have been priced out of the so-called affordable housing that was supposed to be the Games' legacy. I also note that the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), the organisation established to manage the regeneration of the Olympic Park and surrounding area has admitted that it has not built enough homes on the park to replace the almost 800 social housing units demolished to clear the site for the Games. I am not seeing anything here I would regard as a 'legacy' for the local people. What is being done to turn this situation around?