The success of central London is dependent on its infrastructure but much of it is now operating at capacity. As London’s population continues to grow, there is a need to invest further in the transport network. Together, CLF’s boroughs are working to enable and deliver new infrastructure and make sure more Londoners can benefit from active travel.
Investing in people, jobs and infrastructure is key to addressing future challenges and ensuring that central London’s economy continues to deliver and spread the benefits of growth.
Working together, the twelve partnership boroughs are committed to infrastructure upgrades to accommodate growth, delivering the infrastructure where it is needed, and managing demand on existing networks- in particular through the promotion of more sustainable modes of transport.
The Inclusive Growth Strategy provides the route-map for the central London borough’s priorities in the transport and digital sectors. It proposes a set of recommendations highlighting those activities where, working collaboratively, the boroughs can deliver and lobby for change at the sub-regional level.
Key priorities for the infrastructure sector are:
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This report provides a plan for the Central London boroughs to address future challenges and drive change through collaboration.
Central London Forward has submitted our response to the White Paper which sets out our thinking on the proposals and highlights our concerns regarding the impact on affordable housing, employment and
Central London Forward has submitted our response to the government's technical consultation which highlights our significant concerns regarding the impact of the proposed permitted development right
The Central London Infrastructure Priorities report makes the case for investing in infrastructure in the capital, it highlights the projects which could most benefit London, and it sets out how these
CLF's response to the DCMS call for evidence on introducing a tourist accommodation registration scheme.
Research exploring how the use of and demand for office space is changing post-pandemic.