WHAT'S IN the April/June 2004 issue of PLANNING IN LONDON, issue 49

2 OPINION Killing the golden goose; proper pay will pay the rent.

3-7 NEWS & BRIEFING Minister punishes poor appeal record; NPF conference report; Planning performance by London boroughs; applications Oct-Dec 2003; PILLO! Diary; Next LP&DF meeting; LP&DF minutes.

8 LONDON FIRST New river crossings; Gaming: a win for London.

11 CONFERENCE 2004 London First/EG conference report on Olympic vision, transport, who pays, Thames Gateway and the public realm.

16 AFFORDABLE HOUSING Dickon Robinson: Planning gain who benefits?

17 ELECTIONS ...for London: Robert Gordon Clark.

19 NEW CITY ARCHITECTURE Peter Murray on the big show he is curating.

21 GOOD DESIGN ..and the London Plan by CABEs Esther Kurland.

23 INDUSTRIALISED HOUSING HTAs Ben Derbyshire on a modern vernacular.

27 BIDs and the public realm: Jacquie Reilly

29 CONSULTATION Sarah King on the future of consultation.

31 HEALTH The health of the capital by ERMs Andrew Buroni and Angy Khosla.

34 SUB-REGIONAL PLANNING Martin Simmons and Suzanne Maguire introduce the Western Wedge.

37 A CUNNING PLAN Drummond Robson assesses the London Plan.

41 BOOKS Alex Dutton on Vincent Scully.

43 PARSOL Wandsworth's Martin Howell explains how London planning authorities are gearing up for the e-enablement of planning services by next year. DIRECTORY OF LONDON PLANNING

45 Internet guide to planning authorities

46 Quick guide to London authorities

47 Planning Advice

48 PiL Yearbook 2004: how to get it!




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