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Planning Resource: "Holding jobs that will put them at the heart of change, these ten individuals will step further to the fore in 2015"



Mick Mulhern, Head of planning, Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation
"The development of former industrial and railway land at Old Oak Common in west London is the capital's largest upcoming regeneration project. Proposals include building 24,000 homes and the creation of 55,000 jobs as part of a scheme on a scale equal to the Olympic site and the redevelopment of King's Cross.

"Previously principal regeneration officer at the Greater London Authority (GLA), where he worked on plans for Tottenham and Croydon, Mulhern has been appointed head of planning at the recently established mayoral development corporation for Old Oak Common and Park Royal.

Both the scale of the project and Mulhern's 'significant role' mean that he will be a key figure in the coming year, according to one consultant. 'Old Oak Common is going to be important for all sorts of reasons,' adds a lawyer [Sue, Grabbitt and Runne?], pointing to plans to make it the site of a major station for both Crossrail and High Speed Two (HS2). Plans to connect HS2 to London Overground could make Old Oak Common the capital's largest transport hub, according to the GLA and mayoral agency Transport for London."


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