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  Subscribe to LDN – London in short here.   It has been an extremely challenging time for London and for obvious reasons this edition of LDN – London in short comes to you a little later in the month than usual. It is with heavy hearts that we have summarised the latest facts on […]

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We are looking for an intelligent, confident and enthusiastic Research Assistant to join the Research Team of our lively and friendly communications agency.   Based in central London we are seeking someone who is keen to join a busy office environment. The research function is a key part of LCA’s service to clients. The role […]

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Tim Farron has resigned as leader of the Lib Dems. Before the party moves forward, LCA’s Wyatt Getty thinks they should look to the past for direction.   For those too young to remember (like myself), the Liberal Democrat Party first formed in 1988, after a seven year alliance between the Liberal Party and Social […]

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General Election Results Briefing – 12 June 2017   We were supposed to have a year off elections! But as we all know, that wasn’t the case after the Conservatives called a snap General election on 8 June 2017. With the results in, the nation is coming to terms with the latest unexpected result after […]

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We love elections at LCA – even ones we weren’t supposed to be having! Although the end result does seem a foregone conclusion, there are lots of fascinating questions to be posed, the answers to which will also help point towards the outcome of the next local elections in London this time next year. So […]

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This month, LCA Director Jenna Goldberg writes the foreword of our April issue of LDN, London in short. You can subscribe to receive this and future issues here.   Westminster has been attacked, Article 50 has been triggered, George Osborne has been employed (again). Those three events were probably the three major talking points of […]

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A packed LDN – London in Short this month includes another guest contribution, focusing on estate regeneration, from Pat Hayes, Executive Director of Regeneration and Housing, at Ealing Council. We also report on news of Cllr Sarah Hayward’s imminent departure as Camden Council leader, the Mayor’s ground breaking partnership with L&Q, two reports into tall […]

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05 April, 2017 “No longer a relic of another time but a testament to our own.”   Main construction works begin on the £26m restoration of the East Wing at Alexandra Palace. The Victorian Theatre, hidden for more than 80 years, will be brought back to life with a capacity of up to 1,300 people. […]

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  By Emma Crowe   The NLA’s fourth annual London tall building survey has been released and the pipeline of tall buildings has increased once again to 455 towers – despite 2016 being a year of uncertainty. You can read the full results here. Perhaps this is no surprise given the long timescales involved in […]

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(photo credit: the Guardian online)   LCA’s Executive Chairman Robert Gordon Clark writes about Sadiq’s response to the Brexit White Paper   The Mayor of London’s response to the Government’s White Paper on Brexit, entitled “London’s Global and European Future” is perhaps the most important document to come out of his office since his record election […]

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