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The Hackney Local Plan 2033 was submitted to the Planning Inspectorate on 23 January for examination in public.
A local plan is the statutory land use and development plan for a borough which sits alongside the London Plan. It provides the spatial planning framework for Hackney to deliver the sustainable community strategy.
Hackney’s existing local plan (formerly local development framework – LDF) comprises the core strategy (adopted November 2010), the development management local plan (adopted July 2015), the site allocations local plan (adopted July 2016) and adopted area action plans.
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We consulted on the proposed submission local plan 2033 from 19 November 2018 to 5pm on 7 January 2019. For more information see local plan 2033.
You can see the supporting evidence for the adopted local plans in our evidence base.
Area action plans
- Dalston area action plan
- Hackney Central area action plan
- Hackney Wick area action plan
- Manor House area action plan
- Future Shoreditch
- Stamford Hill area action plan
North London waste plan
The North London waste plan is being jointly prepared by seven north London boroughs: Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Haringey, Islington and Waltham Forest.
The plan will identify a range of suitable sites for the management of all north London’s waste up to 2031 and include policies and guidelines for determining planning applications for waste developments.
Supplementary planning documents (SPDs)
Supplementary planning documents will be produced to support existing policy found in development plan documents.
Authority monitoring report
We produce a monitoring report every year, which forms part of the local plan. This is required under Clause 113 of the Localism Act. The purpose of the report is to:
- provide information on key trends in the borough
- identify the effects of planning policies on social, environmental and economic outputs
- help determine how well we’re meeting our objectives, targets and programmes
- inform and guide future plans and policies
- monitor how well we’re meeting our local development scheme timetable
The latest authority monitoring report covers the 2015/16 and 2016/17 financial years (1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016 and 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017) and was approved by corporate committee on 12 December 2017.
- authority monitoring report 2016-17
- authority monitoring report 2014-15
- authority monitoring report 2004/05 to 2012/13
Local development scheme (LDS)
The local development scheme outlines planning policy documents’ content and the programme for preparing or reviewing them. It helps ensure effective spatial planning, guiding sustainable development and helping regenerate the borough. It’s reviewed regularly to keep it up to date.
The current version, which covers the period 2018 to 2021, was approved by the Council’s Corporate Committee on 8 January 2019.
Previous versions of the LDS
The previous versions of the LDS covered the periods 2016 to 2019, 2014 to 2017, and 2009 to 2013.
Infrastructure delivery plan
Statement of community involvement
The statement of community involvement (SCI) outlines the Council’s standards for involving the community in the planning process and identifies ways it will achieve these standards. It sets out the Council’s approach to public consultation in two areas of planning:
- the preparation, alteration and continuing review of its planning policy documents
- consultation on planning applications
On 29 January 2014, the Council approved the adoption of the revised statement of community involvement.