1 Lead story .pdf
4 LEADERS The case for reform   
4 OPINIONS The next planning act: start here – Andy Rogers; Planning Gain Supplement will fuel uncertainty – Marisa Broadhurst; It’s time to discard the ‘key-worker’ idea – Dan Lewis; More power to the Mayor? – Adam Marshall and Max Nathan; Outlaw dated zoning to secure the housing we need to compete – Lee Mallett .pdf
10 LETTERS
from Michael West – Monorail and the GLC; Next LP&DF meeting.
11 LONDON FIRST
Judith Salomon; keeping the UK competitive; the $64,000 transport question
14 NATIONAL PLANNING FORUM
15 DIARY, CLIPBOARD
16 BRIEFING, !PILLO! .pdf
Borough Performance and ODPM Statistics; e-Planning
18 PLANNING PERFORMANCE Are speed and quality compatible? Lynda Addison
21 FEATURE: REVIEWING THE LONDON PLAN
Nicky Gavron
Drummond Robson
Sir Peter Hall
Suzanne Mcguire
Michael Edwards
30 MOVING FROM UDP TO LDF How Islington is progressing the core strategy and the rest of its LDF Bob Hawkes
34 THE ECONOMICS OF HOUSING Kate Barker sets out her analysis and aspirations for housing .pdf
38 HOUSE PRICES Rising prices: nothing to boast about
Oliver Marc Hartwich
40 HOUSE BUILDING The way housebuilders see land Geoffrey Fox
42 COMMUNITIES Who need them? Judith Ryser
45 HERITAGE English heritage redefines heritage Robert Adam
47 THE LARCENY OF THE LOTTERY This is a stealth tax by any other name Ruth Lea
49 REGENERATION Rethinking quangos Dan Lewis
51 BOOKS: Fred Harrison introduces his book Wheels of Fortune; Nick Wharton and Edward Woo review the Planning in London Yearbook 2006.
55 LONDON PLANNING DIRECTORY .pdf
Planning and Environment reference guide;
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