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TfL planning chief suggests 9,000-home 'cap' on Old Kent Road until Bakerloo Line progresses

TfL planning chief suggests 9,000-home 'cap' on Old Kent Road until Bakerloo Line progresses

Transport for London's (TfL) planning chief has said that housing numbers in the Old Kent Road area of south London should be capped at a number under half of that proposed in a planning framework for the locality until the proposed extension of the Bakerloo underground line can be delivered.

Havering appoints design experts to review planning applications

Havering appoints design experts to review planning applications

The London Borough of Havering has created a design review panel to advise planning officers and members on planning applications.

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What the London mayoral levy MkII means for you

What the London mayoral levy MkII means for you

What are the implications for councils and developers of the introduction of the second iteration of the London mayor's community infrastructure levy, asks Adam Branson.

Neighbourhood Watch: London's second cross-boundary neighbourhood plan goes to referendum

Neighbourhood Watch: London's second cross-boundary neighbourhood plan goes to referendum

The Harlesden Neighbourhood Plan is to be subject to a referendum after an examiner praised efforts by the neighbourhood forum to ensure the document "truly reflects the ambitions of the local community".

Will the development corporation model deliver at Old Oak Common?

Will the development corporation model deliver at Old Oak Common?

After a year that has seen senior managerial upheaval and bitter criticism from a major local landowner, the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation has been backed with £250 million of government infrastructure funding. Will the development corporation model now deliver, Stuart Watson asks

CIL Watch: New mayoral levy comes into force

CIL Watch: New mayoral levy comes into force

The second iteration of the London mayor's Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) comes into force from 1 April, with increased rates almost across the board.


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