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Daily Archives: October 28, 2011
Hussey challenges the view on offices-to-resi in Square Mile. The City should encourage large-scale mixed-use development including residential to restore its value for developers and the Square Mile’s vibrancy for Londoners. It has to do this because the City has … Continue reading
Westminsters new City Management plan’s chapter on implementation will contain a policy setting out the Council’s willingness to use its S.237 powers to extinguish and limit rights-to-light disputes from preventing development. Officer Tom Kimber introducing the draft City Management Plan … Continue reading
The new City Management plan’s chapter on implementation will contain a policy setting out the Council’s willingness to use its S.237 powers to extinguish and limit rights-to-light disputes from preventing development.
The council’s Planning Sub Committee (Briefs and LDF) has recommended a series of draft briefs for four initital development sites, with more to come.
The Corporation of London has included critical remarks about the impact of the Shard at London Bridge, in its official response to mayor Boris Johnson’s London View Management Framework.
New planning condition to force developers to comply.
Little or no growth in City office values may partly explain why the City’s hotel market continues to boom in the worst recession for 80 years. Chris Bown reports.
A brief for a former health site at Harrow Road was also approved by committee.