UKWA Real Estate Advisory Board on London Mayor’s Draft Transport Plan

October 9, 2017

UKWA has weighed in on the importance of logistics and infrastructure planning for London at the second meeting of its Real Estate Advisory Board.

Following an update from Savills on the UK marketplace, The Board gathered views from across the sector to formulate a considered response to the London Mayor’s Draft Transport Plan, which it found lacked a basic understanding of urban logistics land use requirements and fell short in its vision for the Capital’s future.

Read the full report here

UKWA’s official response to the Plan is available here.

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