Issue pil107 OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2018

pil107 OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2018

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5 LEADERS
The failures of success; The Elizabeth Line will
be worth waiting for and should not delay Crossrail 2 .PDF

7 PICTURE FEATURE
Crossrail 1 is on its way .PDF

10 OPINIONS
10 Estate regeneration and affordability: Mariead Carroll .PDF
11 Estate regeneration ballots: Riëtte Oosthuizen
12 Forget about chief architects - where are all the chief planners?: Andrew Rogers
13 Not radical reform – just more tinkering: Paul Smith
14 Who’s to blame for the broken housing chain?: Simon Bath
15 A new low in office-to-residential conversions: Julia Park
17 Making London a National Park City: Ben Taylor
18 How can we steer placemaking in a driverless future?: Louise Brooke-Smith .PDF
19 Tax the lucky landlords who get windfall benefits
from public investment: Paul Finch .PDF

20 BRIEFING
The London Brexit debate: Saul Collyns; Banksy saved in Shoreditch; Kingston first to ballot tenants;

22 LETTERS
From Philip Waddy, partner at West Waddy ADP and chairman, Royal Institute of British Architects planning group

22 ¡PILLO!
Carbuncular nomination upsets its architect; Delivery test will undermine design quality says Councillor; Paragraph 55 is dead – long live paragraph 81, part E; Validation delays

23 CLIPBOARD
NHBC reports uplift in new home growth for London; The Design Museum to exhibit Adjaye; Changes are coming to planning in the City of Westminster; Labour promises “root and branch rethink” of the planning system; CaMKoX authorities to fund infrastructure with ‘land value capture’ mechanism

26 PLANNING PERFORMANCE .PDF
Fewer permissions being granted especially for commercial development

30 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM .PDF
Garden towns, Land Value Capture & London Plan and the NPPF

36 ANDY ROGERS
Kiosk chaos

40 SIR TERRY FARRELL .PDF
City making: many hands, over time

50 Releasing space for affordable employment
David Edwards .PDF

52 Health in planning assessments .PDF
Michael Chang, Liz Green and Jenny Dunwoody

57 A more radical design criterion for Green Belt release
Guy Middleton .PDF

60 A progressive scheme for elderly living
Will Wimshurst .PDF

64 Housing for older people needs a strategy
Anne-Marie Nicholson .PDF

67 A new London destination for the arts
Councillor Miranda Williams .PDF

70 BOOKS
New insights into growing older
Julia Park and Jeremy Porteus introduce their:
Age-Friendly Housing: Future design for older people also reviewed by Brian Waters; .PDF
73 Making Massive Small Change: introduced by the author Kelvin Campbell and reviewed by Paul finch .PDF

75 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT REFERENCE GUIDE .PDF
Contacts in all London boroughs and more

78 SUBSCRIPTION FORM .PDF

81 ADVICE – Consultants and services ADVICE .PDF

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