Thats the general idea. Minimum of 40% at the same rent as Council Target rent. I raised the issue of RTB. Cllrs present supported the idea that way is found to stop it on this site. If it goes according to plan ( this is very early stage) then the Council will act as the developer of site. They will get a building firm to build it. But that firm will be under contract to the Council. All they will do is build and Council will retain ownership. They are getting Brixton Green to look at "Stewardship model" or Coop model. So not clear yet whether the Council will think about transferring ownership to another not for profit organisation. That is still up for discussion. My preference is that Council retain ownership of freehold and the buildings on it. The Theatre will get a long lease from Council. From what Cllr Pete Robbins said the Council is thinking of acting as the landlord of the non Target rent housing. That is new for a Council. Not so sure about this. The plus point is that as Cllr Robbins said the Council can show the private landlords in Lambeth how it should be done. Long tenancies and better rights than private landlords. They effectively are putting themselves in competition with private landlords. No bad thing in a way. I can see the logic in it. Private landlords up rents when they feel like it and have people on short tenancies. However it could be slippery slope if Council think they could do this with some of there existing estates.