The painting Greenwich Hospital from the north bank of the Thames by the Italian painter Giovanni Antonia Canal is one of the most iconic paintings depicting a view – that is, a particular image – of London. The London Plan sets out an integrated economic, environmental, transport, and social framework for the development of the capital. The policy has to be incorporated into development planning applications in London. Many of the London View Management Framework (LVMF) designated and protected views feature the identical or approximate view of pictorial imagery of London made familiar through historical paintings, prints, and drawings. The LVMF policy guide, which in 2007 replaced the previous Regional Planning Guidance for London introduced in 1991, sets out 27 protected and designated views and viewing corridors throughout London, most of which have St. Paul’s Cathedral as its focal point. The London Office Crane Survey published by Deloitte Real Estate provides information and forecasts future commercial construction.