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


Sustainable Communities Act (which seems to assume local authorities are benign; Barnet is in a different category)

"Local Works is a coalition of over 100 national organisations campaigning to promote the use of the radical and exciting new Sustainable Communities Act.
"I regard the Sustainable Communities Act 2007 as one of the most important pieces of legislation to be enacted in the past decade."
Decentralisation Minister, Greg Clark MP, to Parliament on 16th November 2010
"Find out how the Sustainable Communities Act works here. (Note: the Sustainable Communities Act applies to England only.)

Steve Shaw, National Co-ordinator
email: steve@localworks.org
phone: 020 7278 4443
Local Works, c/o Unlock Democracy, 37 Gray's Inn Road, London, WC1X 8PQ

"Local Works was the coalition campaign for the Sustainable Communities Bill, originally set up by the new economics foundation. The campaign was successful when the Bill became law - the Sustainable Communities Act - in October 2007. Since then Local Works, as a part of Unlock Democracy, has been promoting the Act and urging people to get involved and government to implement it properly.

"Local Works does not accept any donations from big business or central government. We therefore rely very much on kind donations from members of the public all over the country. Thank you if you have contributed to one of our campaigns! We couldn't do it without you.
If you would like to help us fight for communities across the country, please donate here. Every donation we receive helps, whatever the amount.

"Local Works would also like to sincerely thank a number of organisations on our coalition and the following grant-making bodies for their generous support of our work."
The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
The City Bridge Trust
The Network for Social Change
The Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation
The Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
The Marmot Trust

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