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5 LEADERS
An outward-looking place; Londexit might
be good for us; Mayor calls for polices
to nurture ‘culture’ .PDF

7 BORDEAUX
– wine, football, architecture: Mike Stiff

9 ANALYSIS: BREXIT AND PLANNING
Janice Morphet, UCL.PDF

12 BREXIT AND DEVOLUTION
Ben Rogers, Centre for London.PDF

13 THE NEW MAYOR OF LONDON
– what do we know? Jenna Goldberg, LCA

16 WE PLAN LONDON
Sara Dilmamode

18 THE PLANNING CONVENTION
Better planning solutions? Drummond Robson reports

20 OPINION: Offices-to-residential conversions
Martin Goodall

21 BRIEFING

22 PLANNING PERFORMANCE Increase in dwellings through change of use.PDF

26 CLIPBOARD

29 ¡PILLO!

30 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
New planning Act, new mayor....PDF

38 LETTERS
Michael Bach and Martin Goodall

40 ANDY ROGERS
Prescience, or what?.PDF

41 ‘PRE-APPS’ need to get the buzz back
Grant Leggett, Boyer.PDF

43 LONDON ELECTIONS – THE OUTCOME
Snapdragon Consulting

55 TRANSPORT AND DEVELOPMENT
Mind the gaps says Nicholas Falk, Urbed.PDF

61 PUBLIC SPACES
Stephen Wojcik. Conway

65 BOOKS: Dystopia on trial
Lee Mallett reviews Cities for a Small Continent and English Planning in Crisis – 10 steps to a sustainable future

67 guide

70 SUBSCRIPTION FORM

71 SHAPING LONDON – Sir Terry Farrell
Autonomous vehicles and future placemaking
by Farrell’s Nigel Bidwell.PDF

73 ADVICE

 

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