Unlocking large sites with transport is key to boosting regeneration

Fiona Fletcher Smith L&Q

Genuinely collaborative spatial planning is the key to delivering maximum value to communities, writes Fiona Fletcher-Smith

The Elizabeth Line opened last month to much fanfare and excitement. 20 years in the making, this is a huge feat that is revolutionising journeys from Reading and Heathrow in the West, through 42km of tunnels under central London, to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the south east.

For developers and housing associations, this regional milestone speaks to the heart of our social purpose. That is, it reaffirms the critical importance of wider infrastructure in our placemaking pursuits.

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