Call for potential development sites for our new Local Plan

Wednesday 17 April 2024

As part of the development for the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s new Local Plan we are asking interested parties to put forward suitable sites for development.

Last year we started the development of the new Local Plan which will set out the Council’s vision for the development of Royal Greenwich to 2036. To date we have consulted on a range of topics including housing and communities, climate change and environment, design and heritage and transport and movement.  

The Call for Sites process is an opportunity for landowners, developers, agents and site promoters to submit sites to the Council, which are considered to have the potential for future development, either the short-term (1-5 years), medium-term (5-10 years) or long-term (10-15 years).  

We are also interested in knowing whether members of public are aware of any sites or land that may be suitable for different types of new developments or uses (e.g. vacant or poorly used sites or premises), to enable the Council to investigate these further. 

The survey launches today and will run until 11.59pm, 31 July 2024. 

To learn more and propose sites please visit 


Need help with the survey?  

We are committed to making our consultation process as accessible and inclusive as possible, if the online survey does not suit your needs, you can reach out to the planning team by emailing or call 020 8921 6235.