Camden Local Plan Consultation

Closes 13 Mar 2024

Opened 17 Jan 2024

Overview

The Council has published a draft Local Plan for public consultation, following on from our initial call for views last year.

The draft new Local Plan sets out the Councils vision for future development in Camden for the next 15 years and includes planning policies and site allocations to help achieve this.

It identifies how many new homes and jobs are needed to support Camden's population, and where and how they should be provided. The Local Plan also has an important role in shaping how Camden's places look and feel, promoting inclusion, reducing inequality, enhancing the environment, tackling climate change and securing sustainable neighbourhoods.

When finalised, the Local Plan will replace our current Local Plan (2017) and Site Allocations (2013) as the basis for planning decisions and future development in the borough.

To find out more and comment on the document please visit :

We will also be hosting a series of online public engagement sessions (times and dates below), where Council officers will discuss the draft new Local Plan and respond to any comments or queries.

All events will be hosted on Microsoft Teams and registration for attendance can be accessed via Camden Local Plan Consultation (councilsuk.live)

  • Overview of the Local Plan, Housing and Site Allocations – 1st February 2024 - 7pm – 9pm
  • Inclusive Economy, Town Centres, Communities, Infrastructure and Transport – 7th February 2024 – 7pm – 9pm
  • Climate Change, Environment and Design – 13th February 2024 – 7pm – 9pm

 

Why your views matter

Please share your comments via commonplace, or by emailing planningpolicy@camden.gov.uk

or by post to:

Planning Policy: Camden Town Hall; Judd Street; London; WC1H 8EQ

Give us your views

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Business and local economy
  • Community and living
  • Council and democracy
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Housing
  • Leisure
  • Policing and public safety
  • Social care and health
  • Transport and streets