LEADERS
5 Diminishing viability; Another formula for stasis

KEYNOTE
7 NPPF and the Localism Act, Rosemarie MacQueen .pdf

BRIEFING
10 Performance: steady as it goes .pdf

12 LONDON FIRST
Marks out of nine? – Faraz Baber
The case for Crossrail 2– Lord Andrew Adonis

15 CLIPBOARD

16 Localism – the changing face of London
– Robert Gordon Clark .pdf

18 LETTERS
Bomber Command’s shame – Tom Ball;
What’s the fuss? – Bryan Avery .pdf

19 ¡PILLO!

20 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
– Working with CIL and amending the London Plan .pdf

23 Smart cities – world congress
– Lluis Gomez

24 Culture and creative industries
– Nicholas Paget-Brown

26 The London Plan and affordable housing
– Duncan Bowie .pdf

27 ANDY ROGERS
– Pooh and the Planners .pdf

FEATURES
29 London world city: the next decade
– Greg Clark

32 Monetisation of planning
– Roger Zogolovitch

34 Londonism: Boris’s agenda for the next four years – Nigel Moor

36 Evolving London
– Tom Bolton

38 Delivering power to the city
– Mark Boleat

41 Neighbourhood planning – Simon Ricketts and
The King’s cross neighbourhood forum – Robert Milne

45 Can a city operate with two hub airports?
– Michael Schabas & Jo Valentine .pdf

48 MASTERCLASS
Certificates of Appropriate Alternative Development
– Paul Singleton .pdf

49 Basement extensions
– Malcolm Dowden and Helen Hutton

51 How equitable is Paris’ Vélib bike-share scheme?
– Elise Baudon and Stefanie Wessner .pdf

54 PLANNING DIRECTORY
Boroughs and authorities .pdf

58 SHAPING LONDON
Sir Terry Farrell – From Wrenaissance to Wregeneration .pdf

59 ADVICE
Consultants and services
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