5 LEADERS
More vision, less planning is needed now; Peace in our parks .pdf

7 IN PICTURES
A bridge from Nine Elms to Pimlico

10 REPORT Last fling for Pickles?
– Andrew Rogers .pdf

11 OPINION
REAL reform of the planning system?
– Martin Goodall

13 BRIEFING
Planning performance, London Boroughs and England: Applications and decisions generally on the rise; .pdf

16 THE POLITICS OF PLANNING
The first open meeting of the National Planning Forum held with the Cambridge University Land Society and LP&DF took place on Thursday 26th February sponsored by Development Securities plc and Dentons. Drummond Robson reports the event in his usual thorough manner. .pdf

24 CLIPBOARD

25 ¡PILLO!

26 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
London’s Transport and Growth: discussion led by Lucinda Turner and Christian Wolmar; the Challenges of London’s Growth led by Duncan Bowie; and Blockbusters led by Eric Sorensen. Hon. Sec. Drummond Robson minuted the March Forum. .pdf

38 LONDON FIRST
Temples and tunnels among winners of top planning awards; Time to re-evaluate Green Belt to help solve the housing crisis

41 LONDON PLAN
Peter Eversden gives his personal views on the Inspector’s report

44 ANDY ROGERS
Appealing conundrums

MANIFESTOS
45 Planning for a better future
Mike Kiely presents the Planning Officers’ Society’s planning manifesto for the next government .pdf

51 A manifesto for industrial real estate
The BPF’s manifesto, A Vision for UK Property sets out the enormous contribution that real estate, in its many guises, makes to both the UK’s social and economic infrastructure writes Melanie Leech

54 A transport strategy for a sustainable London
Transport offers some of the biggest opportunities to make radical changes towards making London more affordable, liveable and sustainable says Christian Wolmar .pdf

57 Crossrail 2+3
Lars Christian outlines an opportunity to deliver a mid 21st century transport system half a generation early

61 MIDTOWN BID
BID plan gets the backing of 88 per cent of
businesses in Midtown writes Tass Mavrogordato

65 THE LONDON PLAN REVIEW
Duncan Bowie sets out the challenge to the
compact city approach .pdf

66 Pocket’s new crowdfunded affordable housing bond

67 TOMORROW’S HOME
For urban designers, working on developments that will take decades to realise, an insight into the lifestyle of future generations should be essential says Robert Adam

70 STREETS
We should Create Streets for people to fall in love with not stockpile a second generation of public resentment says Nicholas Boys Smith .pdf

72 KOWLOON WALLED CITY
The architecture of a mini-city
With ‘densification’ on the agenda in discussion of London’s housing crisis, photographer Ian Lambot recalls his Life in Kowloon Walled City

78 CITY VILLAGES
Duncan Bowie analyses the arguments put forward in the just-published IPPR report City Villages .pdf

80 WASTED SPACE
From wasted space to living spaces
Danielle Sinnett and Paul Miner outline the main national and London-specific findings of, and the Government response to, a new report published by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) on the availability of brownfield land for housing

82 EAT & DRINK
Mayfair and Middlesex Street
Mark Charlton introduces Eat & Drink London, a new Colliers International research study which provides insights into the property market that serves London’s rapidly evolving food and beverage sector

84 AIR QUALITY
How developers should mitigate air quality impacts
Jon Pullen explains the release of a new position statement on the mitigation of air quality impacts

86 RECYCLING
Recycling materials in commercial buildings
The property and construction industry has long been concerned with recycling but as new technologies and systems become available are we doing all that we can to minimise waste asks Graeme Murray

88 BOOK
Sustainable London? The future of a global city
– Reviewed by Andrew Rogers

89 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT
REFERENCE GUIDE         
Contacts in all London boroughs
– sponsored by Colliers International

93 SHAPING LONDON
Starter homes: design moves up the agenda
The constant challenge for the design profession is to meet demands and retain relevance in a changing economic, environmental and cultural landscape says Gary Young of Farrells .pdf

95 ADVICE
Consultants and services .pdf


(* .pdf these items may be downloaded as .pdf files)

FOR PREVIOUS ISSUES: SEE ARCHIVE

CONCERT:                                                                     CONFERENCE:

                                                         

                                                                                         DOWNLOAD BROCHURE FROM HERE:

                                                                                         http://goo.gl/fuPw6D


Subscription hotline 020 8948 2387

Introduction - London Planning & Development Forum - Latest issue - ePiL - Yearbook - Articles- Archive - Directory - Cartoons - Sponsorship - Contact - Subscribe

 

 

Planning in London is the journal of the London Planning & Development Forum. Published quarterly since 1992, it is only available on subscription. Like the Forum, it aims to publish the viewpoints and interests of the private and the government sectors involved with development and planning in London.

PlanningInLondon 2009. All Rights Reserved Website Design by Stephen Jakub