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http://www.24dash.com/socialhousing/24868.htm

Westminster City Council is preparing to build hundreds of new social and affordable homes on disused brownfield sites in the heart of London.

The Council plans to build around 600 new affordable and social homes over the next five years as part of the new "Community Build" scheme.

Cllr Angela Harvey, Westminster City Council’s Cabinet Member for Housing, said: "Homelessness and overcrowding is a real problem for people in Westminster and the need for housing is increasing all the time."

"The key way to tackle this is by building new homes and that is what we are now planning to do."

"Our proposed new ‘Community Build’ scheme will target underused areas on existing housing estates to build new social rented housing and, crucially, to build new homes in which local working people can buy a share."

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