London is set to see the highest growth in households, but only around 5% of new builds were in this area.
If the Chancellor is willing to offer £12bn of guarantees for mortgage lending, why won't he support New Towns?
The solution to London's housing crisis lies in building on the Home Counties, and we need a pressure group to make that happen. Anyone want to chuck the Campaign for the Promotion of Residential England a few quid?
At Elephant & Castle you can see exactly how London's mixed communities are being forced to give way to regeneration.
House prices in London continue to rise far too quickly, with the effect of steadily reducing the quality of "average" housing.
The government-backed mortgage scheme will allow people in England to get 95% mortgages on properties worth up to £600,000.
A mass housebuilding programme designed to stimulate growth and employment, and limit price rises, could be the game-changer Labour so badly needs.
Policymakers and experts from across the political spectrum each offer one suggestion.
Britain is awash with debt, while government policy encourages inflation. But theoretical inflation sorts a lot of stuff out, while actual inflation will hurt.
Conservative councillors and Boris Johnson are among those calling for the Chancellor to lift the "artificial cap" on borrowing but, for entirely ideological reasons, he still won't act.