Lambeth and Southwark Councils have made available the South Bank and Waterloo Neighbourhood Plan for public comment between 8 November and 20 December 2018.
What is the South Bank and Waterloo Neighbourhood Plan?
The South Bank and Waterloo Neighbourhood Plan has been produced by the South Bank and Waterloo Neighbours Neighbourhood Forum (SoWN). The draft plan contains planning policies for the adopted Neighbourhood Area, on matters such as green infrastructure, open space and air quality; housing; development management; retail and work; social infrastructure and culture; streetscape and transport; and planning gain and mitigation.
How do I have my say?
We would encourage anyone who lives, works or visits the South Bank and Waterloo area to have their say on the draft Neighbourhood Plan. To find out more and have your say, please visit the Publication of Draft South Bank and Waterloo Neighbours Neighbourhood Plan webpage.
What happens next?
Your representations will be sent to an independent examiner appointed to examine the draft plan, who will consider your views. The examiner will recommend whether the plan should proceed to a local referendum and whether any modifications are needed. If the referendum is successful, the councils can adopt the plan and use the policies when determining planning applications.
The consultation closes on 20 December and your comments must be received by 11pm.