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LONDON'S PERFORMANCE IN 'RIGHT TO BUY' SCHEME (HANSARD)

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Baroness Denton of Wakefield, environment under-secretary of state, reported in a parliamentary written answer (17 ...
Baroness Denton of Wakefield, environment under-secretary of state, reported in a parliamentary written answer (17 Dec, col 156) information in the recent right to buy performance of London authorities.

'Annual monitoring is carried out on each authority's performance at the end of September, with poor performance submitting additional reports on a monthly basis.

'We are pleased to report that data for September 1993 show that the number of tenants whose applications are being unduly delayed continues to decline. Across London as a whole delays beyond statutory deadlines have fallen by over 50%, form 884 to 403. This compares with over 15,000 delayed cases in March 1989, when the government's 'tenants sanctions ' procedures came into effect.'
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