The consultation on the first draft of the Local Plan, which took place from 8 July until 19 August 2016, is now closed.
The Local Plan sets out a 15-year strategic vision, objectives and the spatial strategy as well as the planning policies and site allocations that will guide future development of the borough.
The Plan looks ahead to 2033 and identifies where the main developments will take place, and how places within the borough will change, or be protected from change, over that period.
This Pre-Publication consultation follows an informal Scoping Consultation, which took place in January 2016.
Please note, the first draft consultation document exceeds 100MB in size and may take some time to download. For higher resolution maps, view the draft Plan on the Consultation Portal.
The consultation documents can also be viewed in our Consultation Portal as well as at the Civic Centre, 44 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BZ or in the Borough’s main libraries.
Responses were able to be submitted in the following ways:
Note that Cabinet, at its meeting on 23 June 2016, has agreed the adoption and use of the Affordable Housing policy LP 36 as set out in the Pre-Publication Local Plan for determining planning applications and development management purposes. See further details on our Affordable Housing SPD webpage.
The Council considered all responses received on the Pre-Publication Local Plan consultation(pdf, 1755KB) and the appendices (large PDF). The analysis is set out in the Summary of main issues raised during public consultation on the Pre-Publication Local Plan, December 2016(pdf, 1483KB), including a summary of all responses received and the Council's response. This has informed the next step as set out in the timetable for reviewing and preparing the Local Plan.
For information, we are not reviewing the Area Action Plan for Twickenham centre, which was adopted in 2013. Note that separate workshops and consultations were being undertaken for Twickenham Riverside and the creation of a new heart for Twickenham around the time of the Pre-Publication consultation.
Updated: 28 December 2016