PIL 100 JANUARY-MARCH 2017

5 LEADERS
More of the same during 25 years in which everything and nothing changed,
says Paul Finch; The enemy within: Lee Mallett says that planning’s real function has become that of prophylactic; Create new low-cost locations to support this great city: Brian Waters says London needs to create more cheap land .pdf

9 3-D MODELLING
The London Plan needs the third dimension, Peter Murray

11 A CITY FOR ALL LONDONERS
A challenging agenda says the London Forum of Amenity and Civic Societies

12 THE LONDON FESTIVAL OF ARCHITECTURE
Tamsie Thompson

13 OPINIONS
CAN A CAR PARK ALSO BE A PLACE TO LIVE? Well, yes, I think it can says Bill Dunster .pdf ; 14 INFRASTRUCTURE, Daniel Mahoney of the Centre for Policy Studies; 15 AIRBNB, Anthony Aitken and Adrian Walker of Colliers; 16 PLANNING CONDITIONS, Martin Goodall; 17 A ‘CAR TUBE’ FOR LONDON, PLP; 19 WHAT KIND OF LONDON DO LONDONERS WANT? – Michael Bach .pdf

20 PiL at 100 .pdf
Readers reflect on the 25 years of planning
and development in London covered by our first 100 issues – with some glimpses of the future
20 Paul Cheshire and Barney Stringer
22 A rare scoop!
24 Michael Bach and Louis Hellman
26 Simon Moody, London area manager, Environment Agency
28 Neil Parkyn
30 Dr Nicholas Falk of URBED
31 Tim Becket of Beckett Rankine; Judith Ryser
33 Peter Murray
34 Roger Zogolovitch
35 Simon Pitkeathley
36 Take Crossrail to Stansted
37 Rob Pearson and Amy Stone of Nexus Planning on the night tube

39 ANDY ROGERS
For the times they are a-changin’ (not)

40 PLANNING PERFORMANCE .pdf
Applications received in recent years are still below the peak in 2004/05

44 neil Parkyn
The first of a series of irreverent reflections on planning .pdf

45 BRIEFING
The Mayor’s new approach to affordable housing: Duncan Bowie; Design review for Croydon; New tallest building in the City

47 CLIPBOARD

49 ¡PILLO!

50 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
London’s airport expansion, draft housing SPG and greenbelt swaps .pdf

59 SIR TERRY FARRELL’S BANISTER FLETCHER LECTURE .pdf

65 CHANGE OF USE OFFICES TO HOMES
Arita Morris looks at the effects of Permitted Development ‘Class O’ conversions .pdf

70 BREXIT
Dan Lewis shows why building materials could be cheaper after Brexit and housing more affordable .pdf

72 HOW COUNCILS BUILD HOUSES
Janet Morphet .pdf

75 ENERGY
Evaluating energy strategies: Chris Hocknell

77 THE POWER OF COMPULSORY PURCHASE
Trevor Ivory of DLA Piper .pdf

79 DESIGN
Can we do high density at a human scale? – Natasha Reid .pdf

84 LONDON’S FIRST UNDERGROUND HOTEL
Peter Heath

87 BOOKS: .pdf
Urban Squares as Places reviewed by Judith Ryser;
The Railway Metropolis reviewed by Nigel Moor

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

92 SUBSCRIPTION FORM

93 SHAPING LONDON – Sir Terry Farrell
The future of workspace in London: Peter Barbalov of Farrells

95 ADVICE
Consultants and services .pdf

98 TAILPIECE
Lee Mallett


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