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Questions under review

HOUSING

What scope is there for new approaches to investment to increase supply of affordable and market housing and deliver mixed communities?

How could any new agency develop an approach that brings in new forms of private sector investment and widens the market for housing provision?

How can we most effectively use private money, public land holdings and exist ing assets funded by past public investment to suppor t delivery of sustainable communities?

How should any new agency work with local and regional partners, and with central government, to promote What is English Partnerships?

English Partnerships is the Government's advisor on brownfield sites and acts to ensure best use of surplus public sector land.

Employees: 208 Annual expenditure: £483 million Headed by : John Callcutt (chief executive) sustainable communities?

What are the implications for the new agency of a more strategic local authority housing role, the unique arrangements that exist in London, and the emerging role of city regions?

Where should the regulation of RSLs sit within a new institutional context?

How could we build on the Housing Corporation's ongoing work with RSLs in supporting community engagement and empowerment in a new institutional environment?

Which functions might be devolved from the ODPM in any new institutional environment?

What is the Housing Corporation?

The Corporation funds new affordable housing and regulates the work of around 2,000 housing associations managing more than two million homes in England.

Employees: Around 450 Annual expenditure: £1.7 billion Headed by: Jon Rouse (chief executive)