London could be as dense as Bangkok, Osaka and Rio de Janiero by 2041, says report

05 February 2016
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London is projected to grow by a million over the coming ten years and a further 500,000 in the decade after that. Between 49,000 and 62,000 homes a year are needed – but there is currently only space for 42,000 homes to be built annually. The London Assembly Planning Committee has warned that the next Mayor must start planning for London’s future from the day they collect the keys to City Hall.  London could be as dense as Bangkok, Osaka and Rio de Janiero by 2041 if the...

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