Issue 103 October-December 2017

5 LEADERS
Less doing, Certifying compliance, Co-living and co-working .PDF

8 CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF HELLMAN CARTOONS
Hellman’s choice of top PiL covers Louis Hellman .PDF

OPINION
14 Euan Mills – How tech companies are after your planning department,
18 Barry Mortimer – Mayor’s focus on small sites can help solve London’s housing crisis
19 Duncan Field – The Airports NPS continues to circle before landing
20 Rebekah Paczek – Building homes for Londoners
23 Charles Campion – Leasehold reform needs care
24 Julia Park – has design-and-build lost its way? .PDF
25 Shabana Anwar – More homes for Londoners .PDF
26 Adam Cook – The conception of housing estates

28 ANDY ROGERS
Losing the plot on conservation areas .PDF

30 BRIEFING – PLANNING PERFORMANCE
Major residential permissions up nine per cent, all else a bit flat .PDF

34 NEIL PARKYN
Satanic Mills or Silicon Roundabouts?

36 CLIPBOARD

39 ¡PILLO!

40 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
Mayor's Transport Strategy & a new Design Companion

47 BROWNFIELD REGISTERS AND PERMISSION IN PRINCIPLE
Dominick Veasey .PDF

51 SIR TERRY FARRELL CBE
A Life in Planning .PDF

59 DISTRICT ENERGY
Dominic Barton – Powering King’s Cross

62 WOOLWICH CREATIVE DISTRICT
Rab Bennetts .PDF

65 A LANDOWNERS LEGACY TO GARDEN VILLAGES
Robbie Kerr

70 FULFILLING THE VISION OF THAMESMEAD
John Lewis

73 SMART BUILDINGS
Roy McGowan & Dave Murphy

75 GRENFELL TOWER
Issues prosecutors should consider – David Beckenham

78 CAN THE PLANNING SYSTEM MEET THE NEED
FOR POLICY CHANGE?
Michael Bach

80 A MILLION NEW HOMES NEED NO GREENFIELDS
Alice Roberts

83 A BLUE-GREEN GRID
Lars Christian

86 COUNCILS GET BACK TO BUILDING HOMES
Janice Morphet

88 BOOKS .PDF
Nigel Moor reviews Public Consultation
and Community Involvement In Planning
Esther Kurland pre-views The Design Companion for Planning and Placemaking
books for review

92 DIRECTORY

97 STEVE EDGE
Thoughts on the future of city transport .PDF

99 ADVICE

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