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Livingstone set to publish new vision for London

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The London Plan - Ken Livingstone's overarching policy for the development of the city - will be published in three weeks' time, according to his deputy, Nicky Gavron.

Gavron, speaking at an event organised by architect DEGW, said the scheme would radically change the way the city works, through revitalising public transport networks, especially new rail lines such as CrossRail 1 and 2 and the East London line. Gavron also pledged to cut the reliance on the car, commit to sustainable design and build more affordable homes to increase the number of people able to live and work in the city. Asked if there were any obstacles to developing the capital, she replied: 'Falconer going was the first obstacle.'

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