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Just Space: "Mayor’s plans for 'The London Plan' need toughening up"

12 December 2016
"London Community groups today welcome the new Mayor's ambitions to make this a city 'for all' but his proposals need a lot of sharpening if they are to turn the tide of developer-domination of London's growth.

"Responses to the Mayor's first document, A city for all Londoners, closed last night and the Just Space network response is here: just-space-response-to-a-city-for-all-Londoners [and below]. The Mayor’s report, together with reports and slide shows from the various consultation events held in November 2916 are all here: https://www.london.gov.uk/get-involved/have-your-say/all-consultations/city-all-londoners

"The launch process has been much more open than under Ken Livingstone or Boris Johnson and that is very welcome. Large numbers of community group representatives have been able to take part in one or more of the 8 topic workshops organised by City Hall. What's more the discussions which took place at each one, at a dozen or so round tables, have been written up quickly and published – all on that same web page.

"The stage is thus set for a well-informed debate over the coming months as the various City Hall teams draft the Mayor’s strategies for Economy, Housing, Transport, Health Inequalities, Culture, Environment and Policing and the London Plan itself which is meant to bind all these together. Just Space has welcomed this approach and looks forward to playing an active role."

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