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ANNEX 2


ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS




ANNEX 2:

ACRONYMS AND

ABBREVIATIONS


AMR

Annual Monitoring Report

ALGG

All London Green Grid

BAP

Biodiversity Action Plan

BID

Business Improvement District

BPG

Best Practice Guidance

CAZ

Central Activities Zone

CBI

Confederation of British Industry

CCMES

Climate Change Mitigation and Energy Strategy (GLA)

CDE

Construction, Demolition and Excavation [waste]

CHP

Combined Heat and Power

C/I

Commercial and Industrial [waste]

CIL

Community Infrastructure Levy

CLG

Communities and Local Government

CSR

Comprehensive Spending Review

DDPO

Deaf and Disabled Peoples' Organisation

DE

Decentralised Energy

DECC

Department for Energy and Climate Change

DEPDU

Decentralised Energy Programme Delivery Unit

DLR

Docklands Light Railway

DNO

Distribution Network Operator

DPD

Development Plan Document

EA

Environment Agency

EiP

Examination in Public

ERDF

European Regional Development Fund

ESCO

Energy Service Company

GIGL

Greenspace Information for Greater London

GOL

Government Office for London

HCA

Housing and Communities Agency

HEI

Higher Education Institution

HIA

Health Impact Assessment

HIP

Housing Improvement Programme

HRA

Habitats Regulation Assessment

HSE

Health and Safety Executive

HUDU

Healthy Urban Development Unit (NHS)

IAPF

Intensification Area Planning Framework

IDP

Infrastructure Delivery Plan

IRF

Inter-regional Forum

LAWP

London Aggregates Working Party

LB

London Borough

LDF

Local Development Framework

LEGGI

London Energy and Greenhouse Gas Inventory

LEINS

London’s Environmental Infrastructure Needs Study (EA)

LEP

Local Enterprise Partnership

LFEPA

London Fire & Emergency Planning Authority

LFB

London Fire Brigade

LIP

Local Implementation Plan

LUCID

Application to the Intelligent Development of Cities

LWARB

London Waste and Recycling Board

MOL

Metropolitan Open Land

MPA

Metropolitan Police Authority

MPS

Metropolitan Police Service

MSW

Municipal Solid Waste

MTS

Mayor's Transport Strategy

NPPF

National Planning Policy Framework

OAPF

Opportunity Area Planning Framework

ODA

Olympic Delivery Authority

OFWAT

Water Services Regulation Authority

OPLC

Olympic Park Legacy Company

PADHI

Planning Advice for Development Near Hazardous Installations

PCT

Primary Care Trust

PLA

Port of London Authority

PPS

Planning Policy Statement

RSL

Registered Social Landlords

SIL

Strategic Industrial Location

SOLDC

Strategic Outer London Development Centre

SPD

Supplementary Planning Document (Boroughs)

SPG

Supplementary Planning Guidance

STW

Sewage Treatment Works

TE2100

Thames Estuary 2100 project

TIF

Tax Increment Finance

TOC

Train Operating Company

VNEB

Vauxhall, Nine Elms, Battersea

WHS

World Heritage Site

WRMP

Water Resource Management Plan

WRZ

Water Resource Zone




1 See CLG, Draft National Planning Policy Framework, July 2011, paragraph 23

2 GLA Act 1999, Section 334

3 see chapter 4 of GOL Circular 1/2008

4 see chapter 5 of GOL Circular 1/2008

5 see paragraph 2.2 of GOL Circular 1/2008

6 Replaced the Housing and Communities Agency in London

7 see paragraph 2.2 of GOL Circular 1/2008

8 As part of the Mayoral CIL - Draft Charging Schedule, August 2011

9 HM Treasury and Infrastructure UK, the National Infrastructure Plan, November 2011

10 London First, the Infrastructure Commission, World class infrastructure for a world city, November 2010.

11 Mayor of London, the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, May 2010.

12 Government’s statement of the outputs it requires from the National Rail network for the next five year control period.

13 London Underground (LU), London Overground (LO), other National Rail (NR), DLR and Tramlink

14 Mayor of London, The Mayor’s Transport Strategy, 2010, figure 2 (page 36)

15 ibid, figure 20 (p 73) and figure 22 (p 75)

16 ibid, figure 32 (p121)

17 ibid, figure 26 (p85)

18 Alongside Mayor’s Transport Strategy, 2010, figure 86

19 Further details are available in TfL, Taking forward the Mayor’s Transport Strategy Accessibility Implementation Plan, draft published July 2010, and the MTS, including Figure 87 (Accessibility Implementation Plan)

20 Further analysis is underway to determine precisely the scale of investment required.

21 Mayor of London, Mayor’s Transport Strategy, 2010, p 315

22 Environment Agency, Water for people and the environment - water resources strategy for England and Wales, 2009: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/PDF/GEHO0309BPKX-E-E.pdf

23 Mayor of London, Securing London’s Water Future, October 2011, p 34

24 Environment Agency, London Environmental Infrastructure Needs: A Strategic Study (LEINS), 2010. Note: figure adjusted in line with London Plan 2011 housing figure of 32,210 annual average new homes.

3 This excludes any impact of efficiency measures set out in the Mayor’s RE:NEW programme.

26 Sutton and East Surrey Water’s final WRMP 2010: http://www.waterplc.com/userfiles/file/Final_WRMP.pdf

27 The AMP5 leakage reduction and metering programmes listed above are currently proceeding at a reduced rate as they have not to date received funding from OFWAT.

28 Veolia Water Central Final Water Resource Management Plan 2010 http://www.veoliawater.co.uk/uk-water/ressources/documents/1/9033,VWC-FWRMP-Version-3.0-Website.pdf

29 Thames Water’s Investment programme from 2010-2015 http://www.thameswater.co.uk/cps/rde/xbcr/corp/our-plans-for-2010-2015.pdf

31 Environment Agency, State of the Environment for London Report, June 2011: http://data.london.gov.uk/documents/SOE-2011-report.pdf

35 Environment Agency, London Environmental Infrastructure Needs: A Strategic Study (LEINS), 2010.

36 Thames Water’s Investment programme from 2010-2015 http://www.thameswater.co.uk/cps/rde/xbcr/corp/our-plans-for-2010-2015.pdf

37 Flood and Water Management Act 2010 http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2010/29/contents

41 Defined as having a greater than 1 in 75 chance of flooding each year by the National Flood Risk Assessment (NaFRA).

42 http://environment-agency.gov.uk/research/library/consultations/106100.aspx

43 Environment Agency’s Programme for Flood and Coastal Risk Management Schemes (South East) http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/research/planning/118129.aspx

44 South of the River Thames excluding the Battersea to Lambeth area.

45 Upgrade to 400 kV currently underway.

46 The majority of customers are supplied from a below 7 bar distribution network.

47 Mayor of London, Delivering London’s Energy Future, October 2011, p. 78-81

48 Mayor of London, Delivering London’s Energy Future, October 2011

49 Increase in electrical appliances in households/businesses, also potential increasing need for cooling in summer due to climate change

50 National Grid, UK Future Energy Scenarios, 2011

51 National Grid Transmission, RIIO-T1 Business Plan, July 2011

52 Mayor of London, Delivering London’s Energy Future, October 2011, p. 82-84

2 National Grid, Gas Distribution Business Plan submission for 2013 – 2021, Nov 2011, can be view at: http://www.talkingnetworksngd.com/

53 Mayor of London, Delivering London’s Energy Future, October 2011, p. 99

54 Revenue = Incentives + Innovation + Output

55 Ofgem, RIIO: A new way to regulate energy networks, October 2010

56 The London Waste and Recycling Board is looking to support London waste-based anaerobic digestion biogas to grid projects that would inject gas into London’s gas grid.

57 The so-called ‘second-comer’ rules ensure that the developer will gain a credit for future connections and/or some compensation from other developers who take up spare capacity in the new infrastructure.

58 The principle could be that the bank would fund an entire investment and returns are made according to the rate of connecting new customers.

Mayor of London, Delivering London’s Energy Future, October 2011, p. 73 and 85

59 GLA research is underway to look at the benefits and how this could work in London.

60 Dial-up internet is hardly used any more.

61 London as a whole is home to 22,000 ICT and software companies - more than three times the amount of its nearest European competitor, Madrid.

63 London & Partners data

64 Office for National Statistics, Statistical Bulletin, Internet Access - Households and

Individuals, August 2011

65 The speed decreases with the distance from the exchange or street cabinet.

68 The Mayor’s Business Waste Strategy for London, November 2011, page 24

69 Ibid, Figure 2, page 25

70 The Mayor’s Municipal Waste Management Strategy, November 2011, page 60

71 Ibid, pages 60 and 117

72 The Mayor’s Municipal Waste Management Strategy, November 2011, page 95

73 Mayor of London. Projected Demand for Places at Higher Education Institutions in London, Intelligence update 13-2011. http://data.london.gov.uk/datastore/package/projected-demand-places-higher-education-institutions-london

74 London Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment and Housing Capacity Study (SHLAA/HCS) and the HUDU Model

75 An evidence base for sports facilities in London – the basis for strategic sports facilities planning across London using Sport England’s Facility Planning Model. David Payne, August 2010. http://www.london.gov.uk/who-runs-london/mayor/publications/planning

80 Fourth London Safety Plan 2010/2013

81 The ALGG SPG is currently available for consultation at http://www.london.gov.uk/consultation/all-london-green-grid-spg until 27 Jan 2012.

82 Mayor of London, London Plan 2011, p. 239

84 http://www.london.gov.uk/greatoutdoors/bettergreen/

85 http://www.defra.gov.uk/environment/natural/green-infrastructure/

86 LG Futures, Enabling capital investment by London local government, 2010, p 76

87 Joint European Support for Sustainable Investment in City Areas – an initiative of the EU Commission, in conjunction with the European Investment Bank, to promote sustainable investment, growth and jobs

88 GLA Economics, Public Spending Priorities in London, 2010


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