7 OBITUARY Sir Peter Hall by Michael Edwards .pdf

8 WILL ALSOP
Knock nothing down

10 OPINION .pdf
Proposed changes to EIA screening thresholds, Tom Wells; A model for Pocket-ing a piece of London, Nick Cuff; Business leaders call on public to ‘speak out’ on new runways, Let Britain Fly; Managing growth, Peter Dijkhuis; Breaking out of the planning mould, Marnix Elsenaar; A forward looking planning manifesto & More planning changes on the way, Martin Goodall; All change: Office-to-residential permitted development right changes, Jacqueline Backhaus; The sell-off risks wasting millions, Chris Bown; Is London too small? – Barney Stringer

20 BRIEFING
Performance: Jump in major applications decided in 13 weeks; Office conversion plans are 'very real threat' to key business districts says the Mayor; Westminster City ‘Super-group’ plans to merge housing, planning and growth; “Planning system a barrier to a new garden city” – Wolfson winner; Seifert's Tower 42 refused listing; DCLG figures show take-up of new Permitted Development rights;

25 ¡PILLO!

26 LONDON PLANNING
& DEVELOPMENT FORUM .pdf
Infrastructure and more planning reform. Discussions led by Dan Lewis and Marnix Elsenaar

30 LONDON FIRST
The economic impact of London’s housing shortage: London ‘brain drain’ fear as employees threaten to quit capital over housing costs
33 CLIPBOARD
36 ANDY ROGERS
Can planning ever be ‘streamlined’?

37 GARDEN CITIES .pdf
a perspective from the Shelter/PRP team, Andy von Bradsky; Wolfson winners: Grow your own garden city, David Rudlin and Nicholas Falk: A 21st Century garden city for Oxford?

44 SIR RICHARD MACCORMAC
Sustainable Suburbia – a tribute

49 PLACE MAKING
The Thames estuary in a post-car metropolitan urban era: Lars Christian

52 SMITHFIELD
What next? Jason Tann

55 TECH AND THE CITY
– not such a happy combination: Jeff Nottage

58 PLANNING
Can planning be credited with London’s success? Jim Hubbard

61 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT REFERENCE GUIDE .pdf
Contacts in all London boroughs
– sponsored by Colliers International

65 SHAPING LONDON .pdf
Bridging the gap: The river is more a divider than attractor; low-level bridges may change this says Sir Terry Farrell

67 ADVICE .pdf
Consultants and services


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