The impact of Mayor Boris Johnson's planning policies on London's open spaces will be put under the spotlight by the London Assembly Planning Committee at a meeting later on today.
It will consider whether the Mayor's plans for developing the capital are doing enough to meet the planning demands of a growing population, without putting the capital's green spaces at risk.
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