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

LSE London| will host a half-day seminar on 'How far must, or should, economic growth in London be centralised?' on Friday 30 June at 9.30am at the School. 

This session is intended to have particular relevance to the London Plan review process which is now underway, focusing on one of the issues where substantial debate is expected. Speakers at the event will be 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.

The event is a part of a series of 'LSE London' Development Workshops, running this year under Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) sponsorship, for practitioners and the policy community in London.

How far must, or should, economic growth in London be centralised? is on Friday 30 June 2006 at 9.30am in R505, Lionel Robbins Building, LSE, entrance in Portugal Street, London.  This event is free and open to all with no ticket required.

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To request a press ticket, please contact Torunn Kielland at t.j.kielland@lse.ac.uk| or by phone at 020 7955 6522.

posted 28 June 2006

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