Our progress building homes

By March 2021, the G15’s members want to start building 55,000 new affordable homes in London. The charts below show our most recent reporting of starts for new homes and handovers.

Handovers in Q1&2 of 2018/19

G15 total housing handovers in Q1&2 of 2018/19

4,661 homes

A housing handover is when the keys to a new home are given to its residents.

Starts in Q1&2 of 2018/19

G15 total housing starts in Q1&2 of 2018/19

7,005 homes

A housing start is when construction of a new home begins.

Handovers in 2017/18

G15 total housing handovers in 2017/18

9,818 HOMES

A housing handover is when the keys to a new home are given to its residents.

Starts in 2017/18

G15 total housing starts in 2017/18

11,378 HOMES

A housing start is when construction of a new home begins.

Handovers in 2016/17

G15 total housing handovers in 2016/17

9,550 HOMES

A housing handover is when the keys to a new home are given to its residents.

Starts in 2016/17

G15 total housing starts in 2016/17

15,759 HOMES

A housing start is when construction of a new home begins.

Handovers in 2015/16

G15 total housing handovers in 2015/16

10,731 HOMES

A housing handover is when the keys to a new home are given to its residents.

Starts in 2015/16

G15 total housing starts in 2015/16

13,031 HOMES

A housing start is when construction of a new home begins.

Why new homes are so important

We need more quality and genuinely affordable homes if we are going to tackle the UK’s housing crisis and help those affected by it.