Can prefabs solve London's housing shortage?
Prefabs were the cheap housing solution for bombed out Londoners after World War II, but can they once again become a solution to London's housing shortage?
One London council thinks they could be and aims to use a new type of prefab to help get first-time buyers on the property ladder. But will it genuinely help those on average incomes?
Hammersmith & Fulham Council's Andrew Johnson said: "Since 2008, 48% of people we've helped into low-cost home ownership have had an average household income of £40,000."
BBC London's Ayshea Buksh meets architect Robert Dalziel, prefab home owner Nathan Brown, Cllr Johnson and Neil McQue of the Federation of Master Builders.
Footage courtesy of Pathe
30 Nov 2012