From time to time the Legacy Corporation as the Local Planning Authority undertakes public consultation on new or revised planning policy and guidance documents.
Consultation on the Three Mills Conservation Area reviewed conservation area appraisal and management guidelines
A significant amount of time has elapsed since the two parts of the Three Mills Conservation Area were designated, and the Legacy Corporation Board directed that the area be reviewed to ensure that the management guidelines are still fit for purpose and reflect the current context.
The reviewed conservation area appraisal does not include any significant changes, the document continues to identify what features make a positive or negative contribution to the special character of the conservation area and has updated the guidelines to reflect the current context. The review of the conservation area also reviewed the boundary to reflect the fact that it now falls under the management of one local planning authority rather than two, and therefore the map reflects the whole conservation area rather than two maps split between two authorities. Comments are invited on the consultation draft of the Three Mills Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Guidelines and accompanying map.
The consultation runs for a period of six weeks from Monday 25th January until Friday 5th March.
To make comments please visit our consultation portal at: https://lldccac.commonplace.is/
Alternatively, comments can be submitted via email to [email protected] or by post to the following address:
Consultation on the Three Mills Conservation Area
London Legacy Development Corporation
1 Stratford Place
An online consultation meeting will take place on 11th February at 10am for more information or to attend please contact us at [email protected]
Night-time Economy Supplementary Planning Document
In 2019, the LLDC prepared a draft Night-time Economy Supplementary Planning Document (SPD). The public consultation on the draft SPD was held in spring 2019. All comments received were collated and analysed and they informed further changes to the SPD. Please see more information below in the Past Consultation section.
The Covid19 pandemic that has led to a significant impact on night-time uses, town centres and businesses, we are therefore now seeking your views before we finalise this planning guidance. This consultation is seeking views from local residents and business who operate within the area about the extent of the changes and trends already occurring at a local level and identify how they see their local town centres developing in the future.
The information gathered through this consultation will be used to inform any changes to the SPD and help it to remain relevant in a post-COVID world.
Please read HERE about why are we gathering evidence and reviewing the draft SPD.
To make comments please visit our consultation portal at: https://lldcnighttimeeconomyspdupdate.commonplace.is/
Alternatively, comments can be submitted via email to [email protected]
The consultation is open between Monday 7th December and 5pm on Monday 1st February 2021.
Night-time Economy Supplementary Planning Document
The Legacy Corporation consulted on its draft Night-time Economy SPD. The consultation was open between 1st April and 5pm on Monday 27th May 2019. Please see links below for the consultation document and the final SEA screening assessment.
Night-time Economy SPD
SEA Final Screening Opinion
Combined Economy Study Part A (i)- Employment Land Review (2018)
Combined Economy Study Part A (ii)- Business Survey (2018)
Combined Economy Study Part B- Culture and Creative Opportunities Assessment (2018)
Combined Economy Study Part C Retail and Town Centre Needs Study (2018)
Employment Space Study (2015)
Review of the Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Schedule – Regulation 15, Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule Consultation (This consultation has finished)
This consultation was held between 5 November and 17 December 2018, the consultation provided the opportunity to comment on the proposed new CIL charging rates and the evidence that is required to support it.
Local Plan Regulation 20 Consultation (This consultation has finished)
This consultation was held between 5 November and 17 December 2018, the consultation included four drop-in meetings.
Local Plan Regulation 18 Consultation (This consultation has finished)
A total of eight public consultation workshops were held during the consultation period around the following topics: housing, infrastructure, environment and sustainability, and employment and economy. Presentations from these events can be found here:
- Wednesday 9 May 2018 Presentation - Environment Design & Heritage Workshop
- Wednesday 2 May 2018 Presentation - Employment and Economy Workshop
- Wednesday 25 April 2018 Presentation - Infrastructure Workshop
- Tuesday 17 April 2018 Presentation - Housing Workshop
- Thursday 16 November 2017 Presentation - Local Plan Review (Housing Presentation)
- Wednesday 22 November 2017 Presentation - Local Plan Review (Infrastructure Presentation)
- Thursday 29 November 2017 Presentation - Local Plan Review (Environment & Sustainability Presentation)
- Wednesday 6 December 2017 Presentation - Local Plan Review (Employment & Economy Presentation)
Should you wish to speak to a member of the Planning Policy Team about this consultation or have any other questions about the Review of the Legacy Corporation Local Plan, then please contact us by email - [email protected] or by telephone - 020 3288 1800
If you or your organisation would like to be included in future planning policy consultations, you can request that your details are added to the consultation list by completing and returning the form below to us. You can also use this form to amend or request that your details (or those of your organisation) are removed from the list:
- Policy Consultations - Contact Details Form (PDF version)
- Policy Consultations - Contact Details Form (Word version)
The completed form can be returned by email or post:
by email: [email protected]; or
London Legacy Development Corporation,
1 Stratford Place,