More vision, less planning is needed now; Planning
and the amnesia problem; An unhelpful mixtureInquiry into the operation of the NPPF, Michael
Bach; Place Alliance: raising the issue of Place
Quality, Matthew Carmona and Lucy Natarajan;
Whatever happened to planning in London?
Amanda Baillieu; Further planning changes
put off until after the election, Martin GoodallPerformance: Improvement in speed of major
applications decided continues; Reactions to the
Autumn Statement: Victoria Bullock, CBRE,
Marnix Elsenaar; Lord Rogers attacks garden cities
again; Call for release of green belt to boost
growth; Growing uptake of new shop and farm
building conversion rights; PD rights to yield 13,000
new homes; Boris approves Garden BridgeLondon Infrastructure Plan 2050 with Suzanne
MoroneyMomentum builds behind Crossrail 2; London First
responds to the Autumn Statement; Infrastructure
summit returns; Making build to rent happenPiL New Year quizA positive view for London’s economy, Savvas
Savouri37 Big, bold, global, connected, Andrew Jones, Tom
Venables, and Roland Chanin-Morris
41 What does Lyons mean for London? Nick
Shoreditch is getting taller, Georgina Holden p.64
46 Is the planning system a barrier to growth?
48 Going for growth, Simon ChinnReyner Banham, Paul Barker, Peter Hall and Cedric
60 A rethink for planning, Drummond Robson2015 – a good year for garden cities?
Duncan BonfieldShoreditch is getting taller, Georgina HoldenConnecting opportunities, Susan Emmett
72 What if our cities became all-electric?
Barny EvansThe Pop-Up revolution, Ian AndersonGráinne GilmorePlanning for a changing climate, Ian JoynerContacts in all London boroughs
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