Conversions from social rent to 'affordable rent'

Jerry Flynn made this Freedom of Information request to Notting Hill Genesis
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Dear Notting Hill Housing Association,

Following the re-classification of housing associations as public bodies by the Office of National Statistics, we are writing to request the following information under the Environmental Information Regulations (EIR 2004).

According to planning application documents, Notting Hill Housing is the registered provider for 22 social rented homes, provided as part of the Silwood estate regeneration in Bermondsey (planning application ref:11/AP/0139).

Please tell us how many of these 22 social rented homes have since been converted to 'affordable rent'; i.e. how many of these no longer have rent levels determined by the National Rent Regime formula, but are determined instead as a percentage of market rent?

Yours faithfully,

Jerry Flynn
35% Campaign
www.35percent.org