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Shortlisted for Planning Campaign of the Year

We've been shortlisted at The Public Affairs Awards for Planning Campaign of the Year, for our work on the successful campaign to bring the Dons back to Wimbledon.
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Happy LandAid Day

At Thorncliffe, we have a lively approach to community - after all, most of us are or have been, elected representatives and serve our local community every day. That's why we're delighted to promote LandAid's first ever Thank You Day.
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Will Heathrow ever be built?

We have a lot of Thorncliffe colleagues who are deeply embedded in the politics of south-west London, Tory, Labour and Lib Dem. Will Heathrow be built by 2025, 2030 or 2040.
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Bring home the Dons

Congratulations to AFC Wimbledon for overcoming the last major political hurdle to bringing the Dons back to their spiritual home on Plough Lane.
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Lobbying Act – a review

Last week's debate of the Lobbying Act seemed like a good time to reiterate how Thorncliffe ensures compliance with the Act, and our thoughts as to whether it should be extended.
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Tories up in boundary war

Tories the big winners. Labour lose 5 seats in the Capital. Lib Dems wiped out.
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Thorncliffe Q&A with special guest Sir Edward Lister

With a packed audience of around 100 developers, we welcomed former Deputy Mayor Sir Edward Lister to the Carlton Club this week to be quizzed by our MD Richard Patient.
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We are the builders

‘We are the builders’ was the message from a Chancellor who is seen just as often in a high vis jacket and hard hat as he is in a suit and tie.
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Thorncliffe ensures compliance with ORCL

Lobbyists regulator, Alison White, head of the Registrar of Consultant Lobbyists, today set out her proposals to ensure all those lobbying Government are doing the necessary internal checks within their own organisations.
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CIL review announcement

Today the government has launched a review into the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and have asked for comments on how it has been working.
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