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Our comments on the draft London Plan

The Mayor's London Plan is the single most important document affecting planning and land use in the capital.  Read our response to the consultation draft below......

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What we want to hear from London's 2018 Local Election candidates......

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Our new report - Driving in Circles - shows how extensive development in London's Green Belt will lead to 5 million extra car journeys a week

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Read the latest issue of our Green London eBulletin which reviews and summarises the draft London Plan published by the Mayor of London in December.

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Latest planning and environmental news from around the capital. This edition focuses on the GLA's environmental strategy, news from London Boroughs, and the value and distribution of green space across London.

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CPRE London's Five Priority Areas for the New London Plan

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Latest planning and environmental news from around the capital. This edition focuses on the risks posed by inflated housing targets.

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Latest planning and environmental news from around the capital - special issue summarising the GLA's draft environment strategy now out for consultation.

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Our new report which gathers evidence showing we don’t need to build on green spaces to solve the housing crisis. Delivering new homes in London has been hampered by slow build rates and a lack of funding for affordable homes, not, as often suggested, a lack of suitable land.

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Latest planning and environmental news from around the capital.

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What are the real facts and figures behind London’s housing crisis?
 
Population in London is rising and so we need to build more homes – and we are building more homes: in London, 25,000 homes were built last year and there is space already identified for at least 560,000 new homes. We have a 22 year supply of land in London if we build 25,000 new homes a year.
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