The Draft SADPD would guide the future development of 14 sites in the borough to support Lambeth Council’s ambitions for sustainable growth which benefits everyone, an inclusive and resilient economy, and to help tackle climate change.
The sites covered by the Draft SADPD would include major development opportunities in Streatham, Loughborough Junction, West Norwood, Brixton, Kennington, and Waterloo.
When the SADPD is adopted, it will become part of the development plan for Lambeth. Along with Lambeth Local Plan 2021, London Plan 2021 and the South Bank and Waterloo Neighbourhood Plan 2019, the Draft SADPD will help to deliver new homes and workspaces, secure benefits for communities and improve the quality of places and the environment in Lambeth.
The council is seeking your views on the draft SADPD, which will help to shape the next draft of the document
Cllr Matthew Bennett, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Planning, Investment and New Homes, said: “The draft document is important as it sets out the parameters for future development on some key sites across the borough, alongside the existing adopted planning policies in the Local Plan, to help achieve the best outcomes and benefits for people in these communities.
“I would encourage people to read the draft document and give us their feedback so we can deliver a final document that will help shape the future of Lambeth in the years to come.”
A commonplace site has been launched as part of the Draft SADPD consultation and comments must be submitted by 11pm on February 22.
Please visit the Consultation page to view the Draft Site Allocations DPD and to submit comments.
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