Consultation update: The New Southwark Plan Proposed Submission Version: Amended Policies January 2019 was considered by Cabinet on 22 January and considered by Council Assembly on 27 March 2019. Formal consultation on this document ended on 21 May 2019.
All representations received have been logged and will be carefully considered whilst working towards the submission of the New Southwark Plan. The set target date for submission and adoption can be found here.
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The local plan is a set of borough-wide planning policy documents that contain:
- the regeneration strategy for the borough
- policies that are used to make decisions on planning applications
- key development sites with land use and urban design requirements
- visions for the each of the borough’s unique neighbourhoods
See the bottom of this page for the currently adopted local plan development plan documents (DPDs).
New Southwark Plan
The New Southwark Plan (NSP) will be a new borough-wide planning and regeneration strategy up to 2033. Once finalised and adopted, it will replace the saved Southwark Plan policies and the Core Strategy (see below).
The council has published the proposed submission version of the New Southwark Plan (pdf, 28.2mb) for informal consultation. The decision to go out for formal consultation was subject to council assembly approval on 29 November 2017. Formal consultation period closed on 27 February 2018.
We have consulted on the New Southwark Plan - Proposed Submission Version: Amended Policies (pdf, 11mb) until 17 May 2019.
After consultation, the council will submit the plan to a government planning inspector for examination.
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Current local plan
The local plan is currently made up of:
You can view the supporting documents to the Core Strategy here.
2013 NPPF conformity review
Both the saved Southwark Plan policies and the Core Strategy were reviewed in 2013 to ensure conformity with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
You can view our 2013 NPPF conformity review documents here.
Page last updated: 08 October 2019