WHAT'S IN the January/March 2005 issue of PLANNING IN LONDON, issue 52

2 Opinion Learn the lesson of the appeals crisis.

3-8 NEWS & BRIEFING New gateway for the King's Road; businesses approve BID; DIARY; Call for competition and sanctions if fees rise [reproduced on the home page]; next LP&DF meeting; planning performance by London boroughs; Gateway travel toolkit; ALG London summit; Confusion over capital's affordable housing policies;GOL/ODPM publications; PILLO!

10 LONDON FIRST Shifting goal posts; London planning awards.

13 LONDON PLANNING FORUM Minutes: communities; Superlink; floodplains. 15 NEW URBANISM John Thompson on an RIBA initiative. 18 ARCHES & OVERBRIDGES Update: CrossRiver Partnership's John Roseveare.

20 DEVELOPMENT TAXATION Michael Cassidy on speeding up legal agreements.

21 PUBLIC DOMAIN Cllr Moylan and John Dales on Ken Hi Street.

27 NEW USE CLASSES CB Richard Ellis' Liz Mason explains new rules.

28 THAMES GATEWAY LSE's Anne Power: an historic opportunity.

32 SUPERLINK/TRANSPORT Michael Schabas: a Crossrail that can happen; Regional transport planning: Martin Tugwell.

37 HOUSING CAPACITY STUDY David Gardner on using new technology.

40 THE ELEPHANT, AGAIN Kura Kiddey: Back on track.

43 MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT LMU's Graeme Evans; DEGW's Lora Nicolaou.

49 RETAILING The Retail Consortium's problems with planning.

51 AFFORDABLE HOUSING Douglas Birt on providing cheap homes. 53 ENERGY EFFICIENCY and the architect: David Strong, BRE MD on Pt. L.

59 Expanded quick guide to London authorities, planning & environment.

61 Planning Advice: find a consultant.

63 Internet guide to planning authorities.



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