The Croydon Local Plan has been examined by an independent planning inspector and they are inviting feedback before the plan can be adopted, subject to the inspector’s final report.
The plan details how the council will provide 32,880 new homes across the borough to meet the needs of a growing population, with a proposed minimum requirement of 30 percent of new homes on larger sites to be affordable.
As well as outlining how the sustainable growth of the borough’s suburbs will be achieved, the Croydon Local Plan also details how infrastructure such as schools, roads, transport hubs and health facilities will be improved and how local communities and neighbourhoods will be strengthened by reviving district and neighbourhood centres through the support of local shops, services and community facilities.
The consultation is open until 10 October 2017.
You can view the representation form and the main modifications documents at:
- The borough’s libraries (during normal opening hours)
- Bernard Weatherill House (Access Croydon), Mint Walk, Croydon. 8:30am-4:45pm (Monday to Friday)
- By downloading from the Council’s website: www.croydon.gov.uk/localplanone and www.croydon.gov.uk/localplantwo
- Alternative formats of the document are available on request at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8726 6000 or 020 8407 1385.
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