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    If you’ve any interest in home décor you’ll no doubt be familiar with the trend for up-cycling – that’s turning old junk into something new and desirable. It’s seen wine bottles turned into drinking glasses and suitcases into coffee tables, but now UK TV presenter Kevin McCloud has taken it many steps further by asking, ‘what can we make out of an A320?’

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    A new hub airport will not just bring more flights, but jobs and homes across the south east. By Daniel Moylan, the Mayor of London's Chief Aviation Adviser

    London is a hugely attractive city and growing at a phenomenal rate. The population is forecast to reach 8.7 million by 2016 and 10 million by 2030.

    Those numbers show just how great a challenge it is that London is facing: housing is one of the top concerns for Londoners today, and yet we will need to find homes for almost two million more people over the next 16 years. To provide homes, work and an attractive environment for such a rapidly growing population, there could be few more effective interventions than relocating our major airport to the eastern side of the capital, releasing land on the Heathrow site for homes for 200,000 people and simultaneously establishing a new economic driver on the side of the city that has long experienced relative levels of deprivation.

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