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Last edited 22 Sep 2020
Preferred industrial locations
The London Plan, published by the Mayor of London in March 2016, defines preferred industrial locations (PIL) as: ‘Strategic industrial locations that are particularly suitable for general industrial, light industrial, storage and distribution, waste management, recycling, some transport related functions, utilities, wholesale markets and other industrial related activities.’
See also: Strategic industrial locations (SILs).
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