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Link to the NLA leaflet: http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/dls/TB_B1.pdf

Location of future tall buildings in London:

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you mean, until it was abolished???
CABE is still going, albeit it was folded into the Design Council in 2011; they did a review of a scheme I'm working on just a few weeks ago

A brief summary of their current role, which seems to be focussed on individual schemes rather than questions of strategic planning policy, is given below:
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/our-...lt-environment
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Link to the NLA leaflet: http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/dls/TB_B1.pdf

Location of future tall buildings in London:
cant work out nine elms, what's proposed that's taller than st george wharf tower and sits between it and the river?

also the ram brewery tower seems to have skipped across the wandle.
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Close London City Airport

A new report from the New Economics Foundation (NEF) makes the case for closing London’s City Airport and redeveloping the site to create jobs, boost local business and build new homes:

  • City Airport creates little value – despite occupying 500,000 square metres at the heart of London, its direct contribution to the UK economy in 2011 was £110m – less than a fifth of the nearby ExCeL Exhibition and Conference Centre.

  • City Airport costs jobs – the airport has never delivered on initial jobs promises and its safety crash zone limits business development across a 3 mile radius. The extra 1500 jobs from current plans to expand City Airport compare poorly with the 9,000 jobs expected to result from the nearby Silvertown Quays development.

  • Local residents bear all the costs but reap none of the benefits – the average salary of a London City Airport passenger is over £90,000, while 40% of Newham residents earn less than £20,000. 18,000 local residents suffer high levels of noise pollution and poor air quality.

  • London transport no longer needs City Airport – City Airport’s passengers account for just 2.4% of London’s total flight demand, and its numbers could be readily absorbed by Heathrow, Gatwick or Stansted. By 2019 Crossrail will allow City workers to reach Heathrow in just 30 minutes.

The need to cut carbon emissions and tackle economic and social inequalities demands urgent reform of how aviation is managed in our cities. New research from NEF exposes London City Airport as an outdated and unproductive use of precious inner city land and calls for it to be closed at the soonest opportunity.

Read more: http://www.neweconomics.org/press/en...n-city-airport






No City Airport = taller skyscrapers in Canary Wharf.
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