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Parking, Planning / Land use / LDFs, Greater London

Thousands more car park spaces planned

Plans for almost 63,000 new parking spaces are included in the planning proposals of eight London development areas, according to research by environmental transport pressure group the Campaign for Better Transport. The CBT says 62,831 parking spaces have been approved or are planned in eight ‘opportunity areas’ identified in the London Plan: Barking Riverside (8,700); Colindale, Barnet (5,636); Cricklewood/

Brent Cross, Barnet (8,940); Wembley (excluding stadium), Brent (7,027);...

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