4 LEADERS
The new localism: Planning gets permissive .pdf

5 OPINIONS
The future of planning in Westminster – Robert Davis; The changing role of the architect in planning – Brian Waters; CIL changes welcomed, but... – Liz Peace; The future of the Community Infrastructure Levy – Martin Goodall .pdf

10 WikiLeaks HITS PLANNING! Andy Rogers

12 THE LOCALISM BILL [download in 4 parts*]
Ambitions for the new bill – Steve Quartermain .jpg
The view from the Planning Inspectorate – Katrine Sporle
An end to a deadly duo – Robert Adam
Communicate and compromise – Mark Brown .jpg
The power of general competence – Simon Randall
Conjectures on localism in London – Paul Finch .jpg
Power to the people – John Adams .jpg

18 BRIEFING
LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
Anticipating localism in London

20 PLANNING PERFORMANCE
Slow recovery continues .pdf

22 LETTERS
FROM: Peter Bauer, Alfred Munkenbeck and Peter Eversden

23 LONDON FIRST
London’s prestigious planning awards; World class infrastructure for a world class city

26 AVIATION
Theresa Villiers: Aviation and London’s airport capacity;
Jo Valentine: The need for world class access for business .pdf

34 DEVELOPMENT IN PARTNERSHIP
Up the junction in Camden: Simon Pitkeathly

35 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Matt Williams of Ipsos MORI on public engagement and planning; Jessica Topham of Consense: The Internet is not only the future – it’s the now and it works

39 HOUSING
Marc Vlessing: New approach needed to fortify the housing market
Ben Derbyshire: Deregulation and consumer focus in the housing market
Sam Webb: The glory days of Cook’s Camden

45 ANDY ROGERS' COLUMN
Localism – a case for cautious optimism

46 LOCAL ENTERPRISE PARTNERSHIPS
LEPs and London – Angus Walker of Bircham Dyson Bell

48 INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING & FINANCE
– The outlook for London: Esther Howe & Rory Brooke of URS

50 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT REFERENCE GUIDE .pdf
London Boroughs and other organisations
53 Subscription form

54 SHAPING LONDON
Sir Terry Farrell on Localism in action .pdf

55 ADVICE DIRECTORY

*NOTE The Localism Bill feature has been amended since publication and may be downloaded in 4 parts as JPGs

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