Planning policy is contained in a hierarchy of policy and guidance documents from the national to the local level, all of which are used to guide and manage development in the borough.
The government issues national guidance, including strategic policies for development and growth in England.
The Mayor of London is responsible for producing a planning strategy for London.
On behalf of the Mayor of London, the Greater London Authority (GLA) consulted on the draft London Plan. You can view our response (pdf, 410 KB).
We are responsible for setting out the priorities for the development of the borough and for writing local planning policies and guidance. Local planning policies and decisions on planning applications have to take into account national and regional guidance.
Updated: 26 May 2020