I note the recent approval by Southwark Council for the Southernwood Retail Park scheme (ref: GLA 4662) which is owned by Glasgow City Council as Administering Authority for the Strathclyde Pension Fund. The Stage 1 report from GLA officers on 8 April 2019 stated, “This publicly owned site should deliver 50% to follow the Fast Track Route. The scheme currently delivers 35%. The delivery of the majority of the affordable housing on Phase 2 is not supported.” On 28 May 2019, Southwark’s planning committee nevertheless granted planning permission to the scheme, citing a letter from the GLA agreeing that this does not fall under the definition of publicly owned land for the purposes of the new draft London Plan H5. Could you share with the Assembly a copy of this letter, and any legal advice you have received on this issue? Are there any risks of this having a wider impact on the effectiveness of the policy seeking 50% affordable housing on publicly owned land?