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Barnet Big Cheese says London councils 'should unite to attract more investment' (Pity about the corrupt Brent Cross planning consent then)

Link to Barnet Press

"Barnet’s chief operating officer Chris Naylor has argued that cash-strapped councils could be missing out on cross-borough development opportunities under the the capital’s existing two-tier system, which states that decisions can only be governed by the Greater London Authority or individual boroughs.

"In a new report by the Society of London Treasurers, Mr Naylor writes that local authorities in London should have 'the opportunity to establish combined authority-type arrangements of the kind available to other councils, including the ability, through these arrangements, to negotiate their own city-type deals'.

"He added that arrangements like this would have been necessary if, say, the £4-billion Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration project had been based across the borough boundaries of Barnet, Camden and Brent." [Whereas only the downsides are felt by Camden and Brent. Which historically is what was intended.]

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