London Housing DebateWhether you are trying to get a foot on the property ladder, buying, selling, renting or investing, the state of London's property market is of vital significance. It powers London's economy but also excludes many Londoners. It affects families and communities. What sort of properties should we be building? Where and for whom? The free public event will be chaired by the BBC's Jon Sopel. The panel is: Richard Blakeway, deputy mayor for housing; Rob Perrins, group MD at Berkeley Group; former London mayor Ken Livingstone, broadcaster Janet Street-Porter, writer Alain de Botton and the Evening Standard's Rosamund Urwin. 6.45pm - 8:00pm, Wednesday 20 March, Emmanuel Centre, Westminster
Doors open at 6pm. Admission strictly by ticket only. Tickets are FREE but are limited and must be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Your tickets will be sent to you as an email confirmation, which you must bring along to the debate. Ticket reservations are now closed.