Issue pil109 April-June 2019

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5 LEADERS
Equality of beauty is a pernicious myth; Pyrrhic losses .PDF

7 PICTURE FEATURE
Back to Back is back! .PDF

10 SPECIAL FEATURE:
Holocaust Memorial – Eric Pickles and Ed Balls
Controversy at the Palace of Westminster; Making Memory .PDF

14 OPINIONS
15 years of the London Plan – what has it delivered? – Simon Wyatt; Tackling the ‘toxicity’ of estate regeneration – Tonia Secker; We have standards – Simon Ricketts; Responses to London’s growth – Paul Miner; Planning for better health outcomes – Mark Teasdale; How Smart Tech is enhancing modern living – Meri Braziel; A Vision for social housing – Julia Park .PDF

23 NEIL PARKYN
Seeing is believing!

26 BRIEFING
Public Examination of the draft New London Plan – Peter Eversden and Michael Bach; NLA London Tall Buildings Survey 2018; ‘Affordable housing’ in London

30 LETTERS
From: Andrew Catto, president of the Association of Consultant Architects

30 ¡PILLO!

31 CLIPBOARD
Dark arts, cooking and architecture; TfL to put 55 Broadway on the market for development; Top planning lawyers and firms; CPRE calls for inquiry into the proposed CaMKoX arc

32 PLANNING PERFORMANCE
Downward trend continues for applications and decisions .PDF

36 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
Annual planning update, CaMKoX Arc, design and debating PD rights .PDF

47 ANDY ROGERS
Is that really permitted?

48 HI-RISE WAREHOUSES
Is the 'brick' warehouse striking back? – Lars Christian

51 WORKING AS AN ARCHITECT EXPERT WITNESS
– Richard Morton

53 SECURING A SUCCESSFUL RESIDENT BALLOT:
Lessons learnt – Tom Byrne

56 THE PLANNING SYSTEM
Broken beyond repair? – Daniel Moylan .PDF

59 VIABILITY
Affordable housing and viability in London – John Wacher .PDF

63 BOOSTING DESIGN SKILLS IN LOCAL PLANNING AUTHORITIES
– Lucy Musgrave

65 BROWNFIELD LAND FOR HOUSING
A new city to the east of the green belt – David Hyde-Harrison

68 BOOKS

71 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT
REFERENCE GUIDE
Contacts in all London boroughs and more NEWLY UPDATED .PDF

74 SUBSCRIPTION FORM
Keep taking your PiL!

75 SHAPING LONDON – Sir Terry Farrell
The Farrell Review has empowered architects and designers to shape policy .PDF

77 ADVICE – Consultants and services ADVICE .PDF

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