Click above for what became the consented plan, plus Transport page.


Birmingham Post: "Crack the code and this could be the best place to live"

Link to web site

"A masterplan is a strategic method of ensuring the coherence and continuing quality of a large development: particularly one which, like the Loop, will be built by a number of different developers, in a number of phases over many years.

"A good masterplan does not specify detail, but fixes parameters for such critical matters as density, street patterns, land uses and building heights.

"It builds in flexibility for when economic circumstances change during the development stages, which they invariably do."

[So Brent Cross is a bad masterplan, because it was replaced by a sinister, single approved planning application, for the whole area, covering several square miles!]

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