Haringey's development plan is currently made up of the Strategic Policies, Development Management Policies, Site Allocations and Tottenham Area Action Plan, alongside the London Plan and the North London Waste Plan.
The council has started work on a new Local Plan, which is intended to run from 2024 to 2039. Consultation on a first steps document ran until February 2021.
What is the Local Plan?
Every council in England is required to have a dedicated plan that sets the rules for how the area should develop over time. This is called a Local Plan.
The Local Plan is made up of a series of planning documents that together form an overall set of rules. The council’s Planning Committee must normally take these rules into account when making planning decisions on things like new homes, shops and other facilities, so it’s important they are right and meet the ambitions of local people.
The council also is required to prepare procedural documents, which sit alongside the local plan.
The council has prepared a number of studies and technical reports to support preparation of the local plan:
Planning Policy Team
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