LSE London Housing and planning in London; cumulative

LSE London Housing and planning in London; cumulative

LSE London Housing and planning in London; cumulative research findings A 21st Century Metropolitan Green Belt LSE Fanny Blanc Ian Gordon Alan Mace Kath Scanlon STEERING GROUP Richard Blyth: RTPI Barney Stringer: Quod Jonathan Manns: Colliers International A 21st Century Metropolitan Green

Belt on London and the Wider Effects An equity issue - housing needs in South LondonEast and the Wider South East Housing crisis & chronic problems land constraint More land for housing needed brownfield land and densification are not enough New Towns/Brownfield Developments outside the MGB lead to longer commutes

A 21st Century Metropolitan Green Belt Politics Defended on basis of future promise of incidental benefits Strong support from local people, politicians and central Government. Government guidance makes clear that the current size of the MGB is more or less set But local planning authorities can carry out reviews And central gov. occasionally signals willingness to change (neither strategic) Mayor has ruled out change A 21st Century Metropolitan Green

Belt Way forward/ recommendations Surety of planned change + not an easy alternative (eg to bf) Opening up some MGB land to development should require the meeting of a number of conditions: 1. Some mechanism to apply enhancement of land values to support of development and compensating benefits in affected communities 2. Inclusion of affordable housing (as well as contributing to the wider affordability of accommodation) 3. A contribution to enhancement of undeveloped parts of the MGB 4. Optimisation of densities

A 21st Century Metropolitan Green Belt Way forward/ recommendations Corridorsplanned change without Coordination Cant have significant shift from gov. - not forthcoming. No upward pressure from Mayor. But some local authorities support change Introduce an initiative in one of the city-regions dynamic coordination corridors that should act as a stimulus to develop a new approach to Green Belt policy. Focus changing Green Belt here - echoes green wedges/corridor approach Purpose is not to see continuous chains of ribbon development along transport infrastructure but to

open up the possibility to plan for a series of A 21st Century Metropolitan Green Belt Way forward/ recommendations a Pioneer Corridor Identify All corridors at same time would lead to extensive resistance and some corridors more ready for experimentation than others Develop co-operative coalitions of the willing to secure a consensus Cambridge corridor London, Stansted, Cambridge Consortium, Enfield, Broxbourne Learn about which strategies and which kinds of

regulatory change are necessary or ineffective. Should lead to some significant revisions of national policy. A 21st Century Metropolitan Green Belt Way forward/ recommendations London: For the opportunities next Mayoral campaign and responsibilities Leadership role for London: reviewing the current appropriateness of its own part of the MGB Mayor should oversee a strategic review of the London-wide MGB Logical case to let London expand within

its own borders Return to the earliest purpose of the Green Belt: to offer access to green and open space for people who live in London Greening Strategy could support the call for a national park for London, through a London green network or web. A 21st Century Metropolitan Green Belt

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