Sutton 2031: Draft Local Plan published and Carshalton & Clockhouse Local Committee of 17th January 2017

Sutton 2031: Draft Local Plan

Click this image to open the Draft Local Plan document in a new browser window. The Local Plan is a key planning document that sets out the vision for the development of the borough up to 2031.

It focuses on the key issues that Sutton faces, and identifies development needs and the strategy and opportunities for addressing them. It provides detailed policies against which the Council will determine planning applications for development proposals.

Between Monday 9 January 2017 and Friday 24 February 2017 the council is consulting on this Draft Local Plan.

Cllr Jayne McCoy, Chair of the Housing Economy & Business Committee at Sutton Council, said:

“Sutton Council has just launched its Draft Local Plan and put it out for a final round of consultation. The plan seeks to preserve all that residents love and value about the borough and also meet the demands of housing, schools and transport that we know we’re going to need in future. This document captures our ambitions to promote future prosperity in the borough. Please take a few minutes to look over the plan and complete the short consultation. It’s really important we get the views of as many Sutton residents as possible as we strive to build a better borough for all.”

To get the full details of the Draft Local Plan on the Sutton Council website, click here

To go straight to the Draft Local Plan document click here, and to go straight to the Draft Local Plan consultation page click here.

Hamish, Jill and Chris by the new Welcome to Carshalton sign in West Street

Hamish, Jill and Chris by the new Welcome to Carshalton sign in West Street

Cllr. Hamish Pollock chair of Carshalton & Clockhouse local committee said:

“We have this item on our Agenda for our meeting tomorrow 17th January 2017 starting at 7.30pm at 42 Fryston Avenue, Coulsdon on the Clockhouse Estate. All are welcome to attend and take part in the discussions.”

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