Local Plan Watch: City of London's revised draft plan proposes new cultural requirements for developers

The City of London Corporation's latest draft of its local plan has introduced new requirements for developers of major schemes to provide "cultural plans" as part of their planning applications and sets out how it hopes to mitigate the impact of the government's recent shake up of town centre use classes.

by Mark Wilding
A visualisaion of the future City skyline - image: Didier Madoc Jones of GMJ / City of London Corporation
A visualisaion of the future City skyline - image: Didier Madoc Jones of GMJ / City of London Corporation

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