Their consistency has not gone unnoticed. However, there are concerns about the activities of some others in the borough.

Just last month, one housing association was found by the Homes and Communities Agency to have breached its home standards in its provision of repairs.

Over the past few years Poplar and Limehouse has seen a dramatic growth in the number and quality of properties available to tenants and homeowners.

There are questions about the affordability of many of these homes.

Among other concerns, this was debated in the Commons on Friday, in my debate on “Housing Association transfer ballots”.

Residents have been raising complaints but there is no system in place to hold housing associations properly to account.

Residents should be able to decide who to appoint as their housing association with the right to sack them and appoint another if major failures are found.

In 2012 I told the Chamber housing-related grievances in Poplar and Limehouse would not be going away.

The then minister Don Foster replied he would keep a close eye on the housing situation here and do his best to secure meetings with ministers concerned.

Despite this, problems continue and solutions are harder to find.