Find out how we are making sure development and change in land use is suitable, sustainable and in the public interest.
From Wednesday, December 6, statutory planning fees will be increased.
The making of a non-immediate Article 4 Direction for all Major Centres, District Centres, Local Centres and Strategic Industrial Locations (SIL), Locally Significant Industrial Sites (LSIS) and Mixed-Use Employment Locations (MEL).
On 1 March 2021 the Secretary of State for Transport gave safeguarding directions (Directions) for the Bakerloo Line Extension (BLE).
Find out what policies we use to make planning decisions.
Planning documents that collectively deliver our planning strategy and policies.
The new local plan will set out a long term strategy for the next 20 years, from 2020 to 2040.
Find out about plans led by the community, as opposed to us or the Government.
Find out about the community infrastructure levy.
Find out how to develop your local area using the NCIL community funding programme.
See our brownfield land register, which lists previously developed sites in the borough that are suitable for housing development.
Register your interest in building self-build or custom-build houses.
See the the Unitary Development Plan, which used to form part of our development plan.
Information for developers about our support for the Bakerloo line extension and our intentions for growth opportunities in the borough.
Information about Thames Water's scheme to upgrade London's sewerage system.
The council will no longer continue with the preparation of these local plan documents.