PIL 102 July-September 2017

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5 LEADERS .PDF
Where now for high rise living?
The conflict for boroughs of both regulating and delivering housing

8 THE ONLY WAY IS UP
Graphic from Raconteur’s special report published in The Times on the ‘Future of Construction’, based on data from NLA

OPINIONS
10 GRENFELL TOWER AND REGENERATION .PDF
Only taking politics out of Grenfell will solve the housing crisis, Susan Emmett

11 MICRO-HOMES
Space invaders: arrival of the micro-home, Nick Easen

13 TECHNOLOGY
Technology really is changing the face of design and planning: Paul Finch

14 FIVE-YEAR LAND SUPPLY: CLARITY AT LAST .PDF
Martha Grekos and Antonia Frangakis

15 POLITICS AND PLANNING .PDF
Beyond the election: Stephen Ashworth

16 HOUSING AND POLITICS
Duncan Bowie

18 A PROFESSIONAL MANIFESTO .PDF
John Assael

24 BASEMENTS
Frocks and Ferraris – the return of mega-basements Christine Hereward

26 THE GREEN BELT ISN’T WORKING
Peter Murray

27 DELIVERING SAFE SOCIAL HOUSING
Jennifer Holgate

29 ANDY ROGERS .PDF
What’s democracy got to do with it?

30 PLANNING PERFORMANCE
Nearly everything up by four per cent!

34 NEIL PARKYN
Snake Oil or substance?

35 LETTERS
The noble art of presentation: Peter Heath

37 ¡PILLO!

39 CLIPBOARD

42 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM .PDF
Housing provision and policy implications for a new government

49 HOUSING PROVISION AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR A NEW GOVERNMENT
Rory Bergin

54 PLANNING FOR SOMETHING PERMANENTLY TEMPORARY
Robert Alvarez

57 DISTRICT ENERGY – DELIVERING LOW CARBON
AND LOWER FUEL BILLS
Dominic Barton

60 FINANCING AND DELIVERING LARGE SCALE COMMUNITIES
Matthew Waters

62 THE ROLE OF LANDSCAPE IN CITY MAKING .PDF
John Letherland

70 THE OVER-ALLOCATION OF SITES FOR HOUSING
Alice Roberts and Neil Sinden

72 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION – BETTER PLANNING GUIDANCE FOR BUSINESS
Amy Gilham

75 GROWING YOUR OWN PLANNERS .PDF
Andrew Close

77 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT REFERENCE GUIDE .PDF
Contacts in all London boroughs

80 SUBSCRIPTION FORM

81 SHAPING LONDON – Sir Terry Farrell with Maysa Phares
Making cities work as 24-hour places to live

83 ADVICE .PDF
Consultants and services
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