PIL 99 OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2016

5 LEADERS
Housing: let’s start with what we’ve got, PiL 100!, Ditch the ‘master’ and just plan .PDF

7 TALL BUILDINGS
Is Londoners’ enthusiasm for tall buildings over? – Michael Bach/ The Londonist

9 ANALYSIS: AUTOMATION NATION
the rising impact of technology on the office: Will Matthews of Deloitte LLP .PDF

10 OPINIONS:
Relax space standards to solve the housing shortage: Martin Skinner of Inspired Homes

11 HUMAN COST OF THE HOUSING CRISIS
Dulwich MP highlights the human cost of the housing crisis: Helen Hayes

12 VIABILITY ANALYSIS
Viability analysis needs fixing: Cllr Andrew Wood, London Borough of Tower Hamlets; .PDF
14 Why viability appraisals don’t add up: Julia Park of Levitt Bernstein .PDF

16 SPACE STANDARDS
The problem with space standards: Adam Challis of JLL

19 PAUL FINCH
Why Sadiq Khan should make time to listen to architects

20 PLANNING PERFORMANCE
Applications, decisions and residential permissions all well up on a year ago .PDF

25 BRIEFING

29 ¡PILLO!

30 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
Londoners’ own plan for London and the success of Pocket Living .PDF

40 ANDY ROGERS
Conditions

39 ROOFTOP DEVELOPMENT
Room for lots more homes over London: Dr Riëtte Oosthuizen and Natalya Palit of HTA Design LLP .PDF

44 GREEN BELT
A modernised green belt: Merrick Denton-Thompson, president elect of the Landscape Institute .PDF

47 HEALTH IMPACT ASSESSMENTS
Six steps to success with health impact assessments: Mark Teasdale of Indigo Planning .PDF

50 HOUSING
How the Mayor can deliver homes London needs: Katie Scuoler and Stephen Ashworth of Dentons .PDF

52 LONDON PROPERTY
Price trends revealed: Dan Lewis of the Economic Policy Centre .PDF

55 LONDON 2024
Holistic Priorities for Prosperity and Inclusion: Lars Christian, Urban Pilot

58 PLANNING CONDITIONS
Conditioning or sectioning – the jury’s still out: Roger Wilson, Architect and former Planning Inspector/Reporter .PDF

61 BOOKS: London’s Boroughs at 50: Jonathan Manns reviews Tony Travers’ book; Classical tunes for progressive planners: Lee Mallett reviews ‘The Radical and Socialist Tradition in British Planning – From Puritan colonies to garden cities’ by Duncan Bowie

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

68 SUBSCRIPTION FORM

69 SHAPING LONDON – Sir Terry Farrell
Transport oriented development – the key to sustainable urbanism: Laura Mazzeo of Farrells

71 ADVICE
Consultants and services .PDF


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