Currently showing blog posts for: white papers Archives - . Go BACK to view all posts.
Peter Murray

 

london-society-paper-3-1The London Society’s latest White Paper – “Re/Shaping London:Unlocking Sustainable Growth in West London and Beyond” sets out a radical agenda for change across England. It includes proposals for a new ‘Green Web’ to be introduced to replace the ‘Green Belt’. Exploring the scope for change in the west of the capital, suggesting that a West London ‘Green Web’ could alone accommodate 100,000 new homes (equivalent to four new towns!) and includes demands for a new Garden City at Northolt Airport, new suburban railway and suburban densification.

The report is available to read online or to download below.

Read More…

Leave a Reply

Peter Murray

 

cubwvinweaeuatkOn the 20th October, the London Society launches its new White Paper, Re/Shaping London written by Jonathan Manns and Dr Nicholas Falk.

Join us for the launch (published in connection with the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for London’s Planning and Built Environment). As well as the presentation by the Paper’s authors, there will be discussion from Colin Wilson (Senior Manager, GLA), Max Farrell (Farrells & West London Business’ Commission for the Built Environment) and Rupa Huq (MP for Ealing Central and Acton). You can register here for tickets.

Read More…

Leave a Reply

Peter Murray

 

by Ben Derbyshire

In its second White Paper, The London Society urges a Royal Commission be set up to explore options to devolve more powers to the Mayor of London and the Greater London Authority to tackle the housing crisis, including forging greater co-operation across London and its neighbouring counties.

You can read the report on screen below, or to download the full PDF use the button below:
7312740b-ff1b-4b37-aab7-92be94b5324a

A limited number of printed copies are available for £10 each (post free). Please click here to purchase (please allow 21 days for delivery)

Leave a Reply

Peter Murray

 

Arguing that the green belt’s “preservation myth” needs to be dispelled, this London Society report by Jonathan Manns suggests it’s time to re-evaluate the ‘politically toxic’ subject and that brave politicians should accept that new development will be required on some of London’s ‘Green Girdle’.

You can read the report on screen below, or to download the full PDF use the button below:
7312740b-ff1b-4b37-aab7-92be94b5324a

 

Leave a Reply