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Issue pil120 JANUARY-MARCH 2022

PiL120 January-March 2022

5 LEADERS
Updating Richard Rogers' urban renaissance; We need housing commitment
to numbers and quality; Reform the rules .PDF

7 PAUL FINCH
Conflicts of interest are about management, not elimination .PDF

8 OPINIONS
Strong suburbs through street votes: Riette Oosthuizen
The king of urban renaissance had politicians – if not princes – at his feet: David Rudlin
Rethinking big data to optimise change: Geoff McGrath
EV charging points and commercial landlords: Lucie Barnes
Understanding build-to-rent: Ian Fletcher
Queue busting with data: Katherine Crowley and Sarah White
Time to rethink the rulebook on building regulation: Julia Park
A critical review of airspace: Mani Khiroya
Strong beer: London tall buildings & the Master Brewer case: Simon Ricketts

20 LETTERS
West End plans need thwarting again: Jim Monahan

21 BRIEFING
Building Beauty Awards; South Ken refused again; Stratford station London’s busiest; What next for planning?

25 CLIPBOARD
England’s first Community Improvement Districts are London high streets; Go-ahead for contentious Art Deco-style office block in Fleet Street; WFH guidance updated; Appeal determination timescales hit 11-month high; New ‘Gold Standard’ in public sector construction frameworks; Planning decisions slow

27 PILLO!
Sanaa Shaikh of Native Studio wins BD’s stratford design challenge; Green screech of rage; Two-thirds of Londoners think ULEZ is a cash grab

28 PLANNING PERFORMANCE .PDF

34 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
Polycentricity and the London City Resilience Strategy .PDF

41 ANDREW ROGERS
Have you done your homework?

42 PARKYN’S PIECES

44 BUILDING HOMES ON CAR PARKS
Not in my car park: Grant Leggett
‘War on the Suburbs’?: RiĄ|tte Oosthuizen

48 FARMING POLICY AND THE GREEN BELT
Nigel Moor .PDF

51 ARTISANAL MAKERSPACES
Pete Ladhams

53 PERMITTED DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS
Rob Reeds and Rachel Shand

55 BUILDING UP
Charles Pear

57 STYLE AND SUSTAINABILITY
St. Modwen Homes

59 REINVENTING TOWN CENTRES
Nicholas Falk .PDF

62 HIGH STREETS AND LOCALISM
Nick Taylor

64 BOOKS: .PDF
Levelling Up – the role of planning: Janice Morphet
The Environment Act 2021: Tom Graham
Louis Kahn: The Importance of Drawing: Michael Merrill

69 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT REFERENCE GUIDE

72 SUBSCRIPTION ORDER FORM

73 SHAPING LONDON .PDF
Field grain – a mixed-use vision for the countryside: Farrells’ Peter Barbalov

79 ADVICE: CONSULTANTS’ DIRECTORY .pdf

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