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In recognition of the Government’s newly published NPPF, the Council has decided to rename its submitted Core Strategy as the Haringey Local Plan: Strategic Policies.
The Government has recently published the National Planning Policy Framework (external link) (NPPF); which came into effect on 27 March 2012 and the Planning Policy for Traveller Sites (external link); which came into effect on 25th March 2012. These documents replace a range of previous national policy advice and guidance (for example Planning Policy Statements).
The Council wishes to provide an opportunity to make representations on the matters raised in these documents in so far as they potentially affect Haringey’s Local Plan: Strategic Policies (formerly Core Strategy). The Council has produced a Topic Paper (LBH; PDF; 88KB), including Appendix 1 (Schedule of Modifications [LBH; PDF; 57KB] please note in order to view this spreadsheet you may need to increase the size) and Appendix 2 (the Planning Advisory Service NPPF checklist [LBH; PDF; 276KB]) . The paper outlines the way in which the Council considers the NPPF may affect the content of Haringey’s Local Plan: Strategic Policies. The six week consultation period provides an opportunity to comment on this document as well.
Final responses should be received by 5pm on 13 June 2012. The Council will consider all relevant responses received. The outcome of the consultation will be provided to the examining Inspector. It is the Council's understanding that the Inspector intends to deal with submissions that arise in their written form, however, and in the interests of efficiency, a provisional date of 27 June has been reserved should the Inspector consider it necessary for a further public hearing session on matters relating to the implications arising out of the two new documents to Haringey’s Local Plan: Strategic Policies.
Please note that Haringey’s Local Plan: Strategic Policies (PDF 1.5MB) has been through a number of modifications since its submission in March 2011 and the following public hearing sessions. The originally submitted documents can be viewed on the Core Strategy Submission page. For the purposes of this consultation and for ease of reference, please refer to the Council's most up to date version of Haringey’s Local Plan: Strategic Policies (PDF 1.5MB) when you are making your representations.
All documents are also available to view at River Park House (6th Floor), Wood Green, N22 8HQ, the Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green, N22 8LE and local libraries
Representations should be made by email to email@example.com or in writing to LDF Team, London Borough of Haringey, River Park House (6th Floor), Wood Green, N22 8HQ.
If you have any queries please contact the LDF team on 020 8489 1479 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Haringey’s Local Plan; Strategic Policies is the new plan for the future development of the borough up to 2026. The plan sets out how the Council will deliver a better choice of high quality design, affordable housing, better community facilities, more schools and training opportunities, improved public transport and more attractive and safer streets and parks.
Haringey's Local Plan: Strategic Policies is the central document in the Local Development Framework.
Haringey's Local Plan: Strategic Policies has been through a number of stages of consultation. The outcomes from each consultation have informed the next stage of development of the document. These include:
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