Thursday 19 October 2017
Public spaces owned by private companies are quietly spreading through London. Under current laws, landowners decide who has public access, an unusual planning rule which should be revised.
Assembly Members agreed on a motion today urging Mayor Sadiq Khan to show more transparency in the next London Plan, when allocating public spaces to the private sector.
Privately owned public spaces need new London plan rules.
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