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THE CAPITAL SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

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Innovative local authority planners, such as Southwark LBC's Fred Manson, and exciting projects like the Tate's ban...
Innovative local authority planners, such as Southwark LBC's Fred Manson, and exciting projects like the Tate's bankside museum of art, are representative of the pent up demand among Londoners for a chance to shape what the city can be, reported The Guardian (Outlook 10 Feb p31).

Now that Lord Howe has publicly conceded that abolishing the GLC was a mistake even John Gummer is close to conceding that London needs leadership of some kind, and further debates during the next six months will tackle everything from transport to housing and from culture to the future of the parks, The Guardian reported.
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