Being a complete techno idiot I'm not even sure what a blog is but, having read the one on this site about the allegedly redrawn map of London and the strategy for development between now and 2012 I'm confused. For the life of me I can't see what's wrong with the map. Have a look for yourself. Maybe I'm also cartologicaly challenged. Some people will find fault in a perfect peach.
It all depends on whether your mental map of London includes the Borough boundaries - which are the grey lines in the background of the map, and look to be relatively accurate.
Because those smaller divisions are shown, even small inaccuracies in the location of the various dots make the map look ridiculously slapdash. In addition to the howlers spotted by James, I noted that Battersea Power Station is shown on the site of the Kennington Oval
But the inaccuracy of the dots is nothing compared to the very silly alignment shown for Thameslink 2000 - which implies a new railway line sweeping through the Crystal Palace ridge then running west of the Purley Way to Carshalton! Thameslink actually follows the Brighton mainline all the way south of London Bridge.
Or do they know something about the plans I don't?
Thanks. Nice to know that the E&C project is due to be completed in 2018...I'll be knocking EIGHTY. As you say, a bizarre map, but I guess it's only to supply information on certain things and not to be some sort of "how to get there" thing-y.