Issue pil108 January-March 2019

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5 LEADERS
Planning a post-Brexit Britain; We can learn
from Singapore; Fixing permitted development .PDF

7 PICTURE FEATURE
The Tulip – a new feature for the City skyline

10 OPINIONS
Ten characteristics of places where people want to live - Ben Derbyshire; Railways in London – Andrew Bosi; What type of London does the London Plan suggest? – Michael Bach; Keep calm about Scruton – Eleanor Jolliffe; Can design limit densification? – Peter Eversden; A Housing Delivery Authority – Paul Finch; Feeding the scepticism of experts – Ben Taylor; Shouting from the rooftops – Mani Khiroya; Workspace, WeWork, The White Collar Factory and St. Benedict – Peter Wolton .PDF; Capturing commonsense – Stephen Ashworth .PDF

21 Neil Parkyn
...and the Winner is .PDF

22 BRIEFING
Office lettings at a record, City Vision 2026; Rob Cowan; briefing: Permitted Development rights– Riette Oosthuizen and Simon Owen; Permitted Development rights – Martin Goodall; Budget 2018: detailed planning analysis – Duncan Field; 2018 in infrastructure planning – Angus Walker; Mayor misses affordable homes target; £10m cash boost for London council’s planning teams; Pocket Living and Tfl pair up; Better urban design – Peter Eversden; 3D model free at the point of use for Londoners; Design matters .PDF

32 LETTERS
From: R Kinta and Richard Harrison

32 ¡PILLO!

33 CLIPBOARD
UK Innovation Corridor; Another go at the Bishopsgate Goodsyard; Tunnelling begins at Thames Tideway Tunnel

34 PLANNING PERFORMANCE
Downward trend accelerates for applications and decisions .PDF

38 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
High streets, more Permitted Development rights and Letwin .PDF

44 ANDREW ROGERS
Dan Dare - Planner Of The Future

45 CLICKS VS BRICKS
Is online retail a threat or opportunity to bricks and mortar retail? – Stefanie Price

47 PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
Putting the partnership back into PPP – Matthew Weiner .PDF

48 GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE
The growth of green infrastructure – Nick Ferguson

51 NPPF AND STRATEGIC PLANNING
The new NPPF introduces a two-tier hierarchy of policies: strategic and non-strategic – Sue Chadwick

54 BOBBY MOORE ACADEMY
Sunand Prasad .PDF

58 FREIGHT SYSTEMS OF THE FUTURE
Jolyon Drury .PDF

61 CLIMATE CHANGE
The financial risks of Climate change – Aleksandra Njagulj

65 BOOKS
‘The King’s Cross Story’ introduced by the author Peter Darley; ‘Modern London’ by Lukas Novotny reviewed by David Hyde-Harrison; ‘Interpreting the NPPF’ introduced by the author Alistair Mills and reviewed by Jessica Ferm

73 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT REFERENCE GUIDE .PDF

76 SUBSCRIPTION FORM
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77 SHAPING LONDON – Sir Terry Farrell
The high street has to evolve or die – Neil Bennett .PDF

79 ADVICE – Consultants and services ADVICE .PDF

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