The Local Plan
The Local Plan is part of the Local Development Framework. It consists of:
- Core strategy
- Policies map
- Site allocations.
The Royal Greenwich Local Plan: Core Strategy with Detailed Policies is the key strategic planning document for the Royal Borough of Greenwich and is used to help shape development and determine planning applications.
It was adopted on 30 July 2014.
Update, 4 August 2016: Policy H3 Affordable Housing, paragraph 4.1.16
Further to a Council decision of 29 October 2015, Royal Greenwich now applies the Greater London Authority's household income bands for intermediate housing.
Hard copies are available for £35 plus postage and packaging.
The policies map sets out the policies and site allocations in Royal Greenwich. This includes areas for protection such as open space and conservation areas, town centre boundaries, and sites that have been identified for particular land uses. It was formerly known as the proposals map.
Interactive map showing the core strategy policies. View in full browser window.
There are also detailed inset maps of Woolwich, Eltham and Greenwich town centres.
The policies map was adopted in 2006 but was changed when the Core Strategy was produced.
The Site Allocations Local Plan is currently being prepared. It will provide specific policy for key sites in order to ensure that the vision and objectives of the Core Strategy are implemented. The Site Allocations will focus on sites that will deliver a significant amount of development and sites that support the delivery of specific Core Strategy objectives and meet the development needs identified in the Core Strategy and the London Plan.
We consulted on the Site Allocations Issues and Options in Spring 2016 and the Preferred Approach in Autumn 2019.
Consultation on the Site Allocations Proposed Submission is taking place from 8th November 2021 to 20th December 2021.
There will be a further consultation early 2022 on the version of Site Allocations to be submitted to the Secretary of State for Examination in Public.