4 OPINION
Abuse of the planning system; In praise of tariffs; A national park for London; What price urbanism?
7 BRIEFING
Diary, Borough Performance and ODPM Statistics, Appeals performance, Next LP&DF meeting, ¡PILLO!, Sketch: West London Tram, London Planning & Development Forum minutes
12 LONDON FIRST
Planning for housing provision, Waste & Awards shortlist
15 RETAIL Sustainable town centres
Sir Stuart hampson, Chairman John Lewis Partnership
20 OUTER LONDON Cricklewood/Brent Cross
Suzanne maguire and Martin Simmons
24 PLACEMAKING The architectural community
CABE Chairman, John Sorrell
27 URBANISM It’s all around us
David Mackay of MBM Arquitectes, Barcelona
31 PARLIAMENTARY BUILDING Intentions behind the design
Sir Michael Hopkins
34 POLICE ESTATE DEVELOPMENT Planning for new policing
Director of property services Alan Croney
37 PLANNING GAIN SUPPLEMENT Making it work
Berwin Leighton Paisner’s Ian Trahearne
39 BETTER, CHEAPER HOMES Learning from mistakes
Dr Oliver Marc Hartwich of Policy Exchange
41 LIGHT RAIL Where it’s the best option
Rob Whiteman, chief executive L B Barking & Dagenham
44 CROSSRAIL Free riders or free funds?
Fred Harrison, Land Research Trust
46 RELOCATING GOVERNMENT out of London
Dan Lewis, Economic Research Council
48 LOW CARBON COMMUNITIES Lifestyles & infrastructure BioRegional’s Pooran Desai
51 CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE SE
Planning manager S E England Regional Assembly, David Payne
54 ACCESS TO INFORMATION – part 2 Barrister Greg Jones
57 BOOKS
New Residential Architecture; Rough Guide to Sustainability, Town Planning at your Fingertips.
59 LONDON PLANNING DIRECTORY
Reference guide, On the web, Subscription form, Advice directory.

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