The Dalston area action plan (AAP) is a comprehensive strategy for co-ordinated development and design that reflects local aspirations for the future of the area. It is a guide to balanced development and provides confidence and certainty to developers and other public sector bodies.
The purpose is to establish the basis for shaping the regeneration of the area and to ensure the continued role of Dalston as a major town centre whilst respecting its unique character. The AAP has a strong focus on implementation and forms a statutory component of the local development framework.
The final version of the AAP incorporating the changes arising from the inspector's final report were approved for adoption by cabinet and Council on 17 December 2012 and 30 January 2013 respectively.
The Council would like to thank everyone who engaged in the various rounds of public consultation and the examination in public.
- Dalston area action plan [pdf, 3.89MB]
- sustainability appraisal [pdf, 1.96MB]
- adoption statement [doc, 29.5KB]
If you have any questions or would like copies of any of the documents please phone the planning duty desk on 020 8356 8062 or email email@example.com.
What's happening now
A new Dalston supplementary planning document (SPD) will support the delivery of the growth strategy for Dalston set out in the forthcoming Local Plan 2033 (LP33). Find out more about the new Dalston SPD, or the recent Dalston Quarter development principles consultation.