Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs)
Current Supplementary Planning Documents
The Local Plan alongside the London Plan are the key planning documents for Haringey. Much of the detail to support Local Plan policies is contained in accompanying documents called Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs).
Supplementary planning documents expand on the council's adopted policies to provide more detailed information than can be contained in the policies themselves. They give guidance to the public, applicants and developers when making planning applications.
For more information on Haringey's SPDs, please use the following links:
- Planning Obligations
- Sustainable Design and Construction
- House Extensions in South Tottenham
- Finsbury Park Town Centre
The council also issues Supplementary Planning Guidance notes where these can usefully aid developers undertaking work in certain parts of the borough where there may be specific planning issues to consider. These guidance notes may form the basis for future SPD's.
- Myddleton Road Local Shopping Centre - Policy Guidance Note
- Haringey Heartlands Development Framework
For development within conservation areas, the council has published Conservation Area Appraisals and Management Plans, which give further guidance on specific conservation areas, and should be referred to for relevant proposals.
View the borough's Conservation Area Appraisals and Management Plans
Withdrawn or Revoked SPDs and Guidance
The council has recently reviewed our planning guidance (Supplementary Planning Guidance and Supplementary Planning Documents), and in line with the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and associated regulations, we have revoked and withdrawn some planning guidance. For details, please download the SPD/SPG Review list (PDF, 57KB).
The Planning Obligations SPD was adopted by Cabinet on 6 March 2018.
Planning Obligations (S106) SPD 2018
The aim of this document is to provide guidance on how planning obligations will operate in Haringey. Specifically it:
- Provides transparency and certainty in regard to the functioning of the planning application process and procedures for securing planning obligations;
- Sets out the types of planning obligations that may be sought with various development proposals;
- Details the relationship between planning obligations and CIL;
- Assists with the delivery of sustainable development in accordance with policies in Haringey’s Local Plan.
The adopted document, as well as a consultation report and adoption statement can be download below:
- Planning Obligations SPD 2018
- Consultation Statement March 2018 (PFD, 839KB)
- Adoption Statement (PDF, 128KB)
The Child Yield calculator referenced in the SPD can be found on the GLA Datastore (external link).
The way buildings are designed and constructed has a direct and indirect impact on the quality of our lives and health as well as on energy use, natural resources and our immediate and wider natural environment. The SPD was adopted on 18 March 2013. The SPD and the Appendix is available to download on the Sustainable Design and Construction SPD page.
Haringey Heartlands is located at the centre of the borough of Haringey. It adjoins Wood Green Town Centre and comprises tracts of underused utilities lands. It has the potential to be a ‘Heartland’ for the borough linking east and west. This framework provides guidance to help ensure that major planning applications meet strategic goals.
Some of these files are quite large and may take some time to download.
|Haringey Heartlands Development Framework||Status||File Type||Size|
|Haringey Heartlands Development Framework: Introduction||Adopted||3.67MB|
|Haringey Heartlands Development Framework: Context||Adopted||6.73MB|
|Haringey Heartlands Development Framework: Vision||Adopted||164KB|
|Haringey Heartlands Development Framework: Principles||Adopted||7.34MB|
|Haringey Heartlands Development Framework: Delivery and Appendix||Adopted||2MB|
The revised version of the House Extensions in South Tottenham Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) was adopted on 15 October 2013.This SPD aims to promote good design for house extensions in the South Tottenham area; to ensure both adequate growing space and the architectural unity and overall character of the street.
- Further details of the SPD are available on the House Extensions in South Tottenham page
The Finsbury Park Town Centre Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) was adopted on 25 June 2014. The aim of the SPD is to improve the town centre, the station and the surrounding public spaces, create new homes, jobs and training opportunities, make the most of the historic buildings and improve links between the town centre and Finsbury Park. It supports the implementation of Haringey’s Local Plan Strategic Policies, policy CS2 of Islington Council’s Core Strategy and key strategic policies of Hackney Council’s Core Strategy.
The document applies to areas of Finsbury Park that lie within the boroughs of Islington, Haringey and Hackney, and includes the areas around Finsbury Park Station and the main high streets of Seven Sisters Road, Stroud Green Road, Blackstock Road and Fonthill Road.
The SPD was prepared in partnership with Islington and Hackney Councils. The final decision to adopt the SPD was made by each council’s Executive or Cabinet.
For further information on the SPD please visit the Islington Council website (external link). Or click here to view the Finsbury Park Town Centre Supplementary Planning Document - SPD (PDF, 6MB) - London Borough of Haringey/London Borough of Hackney/London Borough of Islington.
The purpose of this Policy Guidance Note is to set out the relevant planning policies and guidance on design standards in relation to Myddleton Road Local Shopping Centre and to provide further clarification on how the council will be applying these policies for future planning applications.
The consultation period for this document closed on 1 October 2012.
The downloadable document can be found on the Myddleton Road Local Shopping Centre - Policy Guidance page.
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