Planning Authority

The London Legacy Development Corporation acts as the planning authority for the area around and including Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.    

 Weekly Planning List

PLANNING INQUIRY – BOW RIVER VILLAGE, E3 – Re-convening on Wednesday 20th April

The Planning Inspectorate will hold the final day of a virtual Planning Inquiry concerning LLDC’s decision to refuse planning permission for redevelopment at Bow River Village (Phase 3) on Land to the east of Hancock Road and west of the River Lea Navigation, Hancock Road, Bromley by Bow E3 3DA (Applicant: Southern Housing Group Ltd) (Refs: APP/M9584/W/21/3283799 and 19/00477/FUL).  The inquiry will re-convene at 10am. 

Please contact Catherine Smyth at [email protected] in advance, if you would like to take an active part in the inquiry. You may also attend to observe the inquiry. The inquiry can be accessed by this link Microsoft Teams and the inquiry documents can be found via the documents link.

Covid 19

Our planning service is still operating during the current health crisis. Though we will aim to determine your application as quickly as possible, there are likely to be times when ‘business as usual’ may not be possible, due to remote working, illness or employee caring responsibilities. We will let you know if there is likely to be a delay in your application being determined. We would appreciate it if you would please bear with us if that is the case. If you need to contact us, please email your case officer.

If you have any general planning enquiries please email [email protected] rather than phoning. This mail box is being monitored daily and we will respond as quickly as possible, but in the circumstances our response may take a little longer than usual.

The Legacy Corporation planning boundary

This means that any planning application made in that area, called the Legacy Corporation planning boundary, must be submitted to us rather than to the local borough.

All information on current and past planning applications is held on our Planning Register.

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