A doubling of efforts to save London from the density drain
What are we doing to put things right, and how far have we got? Well, for a start, almost 30 per cent of central London is now 'certified full', according to the 106 'signs of life' criteria of the Urban Task Force inspectorate. At the same time, another 20 per cent will be 'comfortably into the cramming red zone' in time for a May general election. In fact, apart from a little mopping up operation that we will come to shortly, London as a whole is on track to being able to bid for ...
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