Local Plan review: Draft City Plan 2036
What is City Plan 2036?
The new Local Plan, called City Plan 2036, is a plan for the future development of the City of London, setting out what type of development the City Corporation expects to take place and where. It sets out the City Corporation's vision, strategy and objectives for planning up to 2036, together with policies that will guide future decisions on planning applications. Once adopted, the new Plan will replace the current City of London Local Plan adopted in January 2015.
The stages of preparing City Plan 2036
The City Plan 2036 must go through several stages before it can be adopted. The first stage was a consultation on an Issues and Options, which was carried out in the in autumn 2016. The second stage was a consultation on a full Draft Plan which was carried out between November 2018 and February 2019. Documents published at the Issues and Options and Draft Plan stages are in the Planning Policy Library.
Proposed Submission City Plan 2036
The third stage was to amend the Draft City Plan 2036 , following the comments received, to a Proposed Submission version, which was approved for consultation by the Court of Common Council on 21 May 2020.
Refer to these documents in the Planning Policy Library
Draft City Plan 2036 Consultation Comments
Consultation Draft City Plan 2036 Summary
Proposed Submission Draft City Plan 2036
Proposed Submission Policies Map A 2020
Proposed Submission Policies Map B 2020
Proposed Submission Draft City Plan PDF (12MB)Date submitted: 8/19/20
City Plan 2036 Policies Map A proposed submission 2020 PDF (3MB)Date submitted: 8/19/20
City Plan 2036 Policies Map B proposed submission 2020 (amended September 2020) PDF (3MB)Date submitted: 8/19/20
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