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How far must, or should, economic growth in London be centralised?

LSE London| hosted a half-day seminar on 'How far must, or should, economic growth in London be centralised?' on Friday 30 June.

This session had particular relevance to the London Plan review process which was underway, focusing on one of the issues where substantial debate was expected. Speakers at the event included Bridget Rosewell from GLA Economics, Dave Lawrence from Roger Tym and Partners, Dr Rob Huggins from the University of Sheffield and Professor Ian Gordon from LSE.

 

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