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LDN Weekly – Issue 304 – 22 February 2024 – Not For Turning

NOT FOR TURNING

One of the fascinating aspects of the last decade is that despite politicians repeatedly assuring voters they’re the ones to provide stability, the country has experienced perhaps the most turbulent chapter in living memory. Brexit, five Prime Ministers in seven years, three General Elections in nine years is to most people – whatever their politics – quite the antithesis to stable.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 303 – 15 February 2024 – Building with Love

BUILDING WITH LOVE

The Secretary of State’s approval this week of plans for the redevelopment of the former ITV Studios on the South Bank is the latest in a string of interventions by the Government in London’s built environment.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 302 – 7 February 2024 – The South Bank Show

THE SOUTH BANK SHOW

The Secretary of State’s approval this week of plans for the redevelopment of the former ITV Studios on the South Bank is the latest in a string of interventions by the Government in London’s built environment.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 301 – 31 January 2024 – The Great Re-Set

THE GREAT RE-SET

This week the British Property Federation (BPF) published their 2024 General Election Manifesto, Building Our Future. At the heart of the BPF’s pitch is a message of partnership to the next Government – a successful built environment sector is key to delivering on the country’s housing and infrastructure needs, and ultimately to generating economic growth.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 300 – 24 January 2024 – LDN300

LDN 300

This week’s LDN is a major landmark – it is our 300th edition. To mark this occasion, we’ve a special introduction this week from LCA’s Chief Executive Jonny Popper and Robert Gordon Clark, Senior Adviser and Partner.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 298 – 21 December 2023 – A Year of Elections

A YEAR OF ELECTIONS

In 113 days, Londoners go to the polls to elect a Mayor and at some point, in the next twelve months, the country will choose a new Government.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 297 – 20 December 2023 – Merry Christmas Everybody

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY

"As we come to the end of 2023 here’s a brief, personal review for this final edition of LDN."

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LDN Weekly – Issue 296 – 13 December 2023 – Plain Sailing

PLAIN SAILING

"If we were to use festive film titles to describe the political landscape, then Rishi Sunak’s last ten days or so would definitely be The Nightmare Before Christmas."

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LDN Weekly – Issue 295 – 6 December 2023 – Home for Christmas

HOME FOR CHRISTMAS

"London was at its stunning best today in the cold December sunshine. Cycling in to the office early this morning afforded a glimpse of a majestic fiery orange sunrise."

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LDN Weekly – Issue 294 – 29 November 2023 – What Might Labour Do With Power?

WHAT MIGHT LABOUR DO WITH POWER?

"If today’s polls are to be believed, Keir Starmer will be in 10 Downing Street around a year from now. Obviously, much can still happen to scupper that, but it doesn’t mean people aren’t thinking about what a future Labour Government...

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LDN Weekly – Issue 293 – 22 November 2023 – Forever Autumn

FOREVER AUTUMN

"Today’s LDN comes to you as the dust has barely begun to settle on the Autumn Statement. The Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, ended up delivering a more detailed statement than perhaps many expected. Buoyed by slightly better financial circumstances than many predicted, the Government found themselves with more wriggle room than for many years."

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