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Two thirds of Londoners live in the suburbs - are you one of them?

If so, The London Assembly would like your views for an investigation into the capital's suburbs. The Assembly's Planning and Spatial Development Committee wants to find out what challenges the capital's suburbs are facing, and whether enough is being done to protect and develop these areas of London.

We would like your thoughts on the following issues, and more:

Why do you like living in the suburbs?

What affects your quality of life?

Are there enough local shops, or do you prefer to use larger shopping centres?

Are there enough local community facilities in your area?

What would you like to see more of?

Is public transport improving, or do you have to use your car?

Can your area cope with more housing? Do more facilities need to be provided first?

Please write to Paul Watling, 6th floor Secretariat, London Assembly, City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA.

Alternatively, email paul. watling@london. gov. uk. The closing date for submissions is Friday 19 January 2007.

Tony Arbour, chair, London Assembly Planning and Spatial Development Committee

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