With 22 days left to go until London elects its next mayor, each candidate is out vying for votes across the capital.
To get those votes candidates have been going to battle on a range of issues.
But none is more prevalent than housing. Polling of those who live in London shows that housing is identified as the biggest issue facing the city, and the one that the next mayor should prioritise.
Helpfully, estate agent Knight Frank has put together the policies of the five most likely winners when it comes to housing, as well as a couple of extra policies thrown in for good measure.
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There are a record 12 candidates competing to succeed Boris Johnson this year.
A recent ComRes poll found that housing is prioritised by 56 per cent of Londoners, with immigration in second, terrorism in third and healthcare last.
Back in 2012, housing was fourth, after jobs, crime and transport.