4 LEADER
B1 to C3 is good for London .pdf pages 4-10

5 KEYNOTE
Business space for housing – Richard Ehrman of Policy Exchange

6 OPINIONS
Shaping a sustainable London – Michael Bach of London Forum; Office Politics – Clare Fielding of Herbert Smith; Can localism create a new alchemy between communities? – Tony Burton of Civic Voice; ‘Affordable housing’ makes market housing unaffordable – David Parry of Cluttons; Goodall on... the National Planning Policy Framework – Martin Goodall

11 LONDON FIRST
2011 London Planning Awards; To ‘B’ or not to ‘B’? That is the question; Connectivity is key to economic growth

14 CLIPBOARD

16 BRIEFING
LP&DF – BIDS and neighbourhood plans, & green grids; ¡PILLO!; Planning performance .pdf; Letters; Putting design back into planning – Lee Mallett reports PiL’s round table in Dalston

26 OCCUPYING THE FUTURE
Max Martinez and Rebecca Smidt of Space Syntax

29 LOW CARBON AND PROPERTY VALUES
Does less carbon mean more value? asks George Fowkes .pdf

31 CITIES OUTLOOK
Alexandra Jones of Centre for Cities

34 TECHNOLOGY
IBM’s Frank Beck on the new opportunities for cities

36 LONDON’S NEW SOUNDING BOARD
Peter Murray, chairman of NLA

37 WHAT NEXT FOR DESIGN?
Anna Scott-Marshall of the RIBA

39 SUPPORTING COMMUNITIES FUND
RICS’ Jo Shockley discusses the award of funds for neighbourhood planning

41 LIVE/WORK
Tim Dwelly, director of the Live/Work Network .pdf

44 GREENING VICTORIA
Land Use Consultants’ Emma Deen on the positive influence of greening the public domain

46 GREEN BELT
Dr Nicholas Falk on greening London’s green belt

49 TAKING THE TUBE TO BATTERSEA
Baroness Jo Valentine, CE of London First .pdf

51 BOOKS
Lee Mallett reviews Kelvin Campbell’s book Massive Small

53 PLANNING – A FRIEND OF ENTERPRISE
Savills’ Charles Collins

54 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT REFERENCE GUIDE
Sponsored by Knight Frank .pdf pages 54-60

58 SIR TERRY FARRELL
Shaping London – Terry Farrell on London’s high streets

59 ADVICE DIRECTORY


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