Conceived in a pre-pandemic world and reliant on high-rise housing, the plan needs flexible implementation, argues Bob McCurry
More than four years in the making, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has now adopted the new London Plan. When work first began on this in 2016, none of us could have imagined the extent to which our world and our city has been turned upside down in the past twelve months. Can we expect this plan to solve the unprecedented problems facing London today? It’s almost an unfair ask.
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