Issue 104 January-March 2018

5 LEADERS
London’s new plan is better than a curate’s egg, Doing it the Swedish way .PDF

9 GRAPHIC
2017 in numbers

10 OPINIONS
Viability assessment is not a loophole, it’s a noose, Simon Ricketts; 13 planning reform, Martin Goodalll; 14 The meaning of Good Growth, Hiro Aso; 16 Build to Rent, Paula Carney, 17 London Transport, Dan Lewis; 18 Grenfell, Richard Harrison; 19 Housing policy, Gavin Kieran

20 ANDY ROGERS
Losing the plot on the green belt

22 BRIEFING
Planning performance: Commercial developments granted down 11 per cent on a year earlier .PDF

26 CYBERSECURITY
Daren Oliver: Spotting a spoof

27 LETTERS

28 BRIEFING
Population, Centre for Cities

30 CLIPBOARD

33 ¡PILLO!

36 LPDF
Housing, housing and housing... and a new London Plan .PDF

46 GOOD GROWTH
for London’s historic environment, David English .PDF

50 SMALL SITES
Paul Tully and Philip Bueno de Mesquita

53 AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
Tim Armitage .PDF

55 PD RIGHTS FOR OFFICES TO HOMES
Nick Taylor .PDF

57 HOSTING THE BIG EVENT
Jerome Frost

64 PLANNING CONSULTANCY OF THE YEAR
Riëtte Oosthuizen .PDF

67 BOOKS
‘Uncivilised Genes’ reviewed by Jonathan Manns; ‘A place for all people’ reviewed by David Edwards; ‘A New History of Modern Architecture’ introduced by the author Colin Davies; ‘The Design Companion’ reviewed by Kevin Radford; ‘The Essential Guide To The Use Of Land And Buildings’ reviewed by Andrew Rogers .PDF

73 DIRECTORY .PDF

76 SUBSCRIPTION FORM

77 SIR TERRY FARRELL
Daylight rules and placemaking

79 ADVICE .PDF

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