London Society members are invited to the next meeting of the London Planning and Development Forum to be held at UCL in room LG01, Central House, 14 Upper Woburn Place WC1H 0NN on Wednesday 14 September from 1430 to 1730.
Among the topics for discussion are: Londoners’ own plan for London
with the Just Space network of community organisations. The discussion will be introduced by Michael Edwards of UCL, with Richard Lee, Co-ordinator of Just Space and Duncan Bowie of the University of Westminster; and Productive Planning
introduced by Marc Vlessing, CEO of Pocket Living.
If you would like to attend please contact the Secretary, Drummond Robson email@example.com
, 0778 732 6019.
The London Planning and Development Forum
was established in 1980 following an all-party inquiry into the development control system. It comprises representatives from POS/ALBPO (Association of London Borough Planning Officers), DCLG, English Heritage and the Environment Agency; the Association of Consultant Architects, the British Property Federation, the Confederation for British Industry, the House Builders Federation, the Institution of Civil Engineers, the London Housing Federation, the London Chambers of Commerce & Industry, the RIBA, RICS, RTPI and ACA; London Councils, TfL, the London Forum of amenity societies and the Greater London Authority.
Affiliated members are UCL London University (The Bartlett), University of Westminster, London Metropolitan University, Planning Aid for London, Berkeley Group plc.