Local development framework
Our planning policies aim to protect and enhance quality of life and improve economic and social opportunities. They are the basis for promoting and managing development in the borough.
The Local Plan consists of a series of documents which set out the spatial vision for Wandsworth, our strategy for delivery of this vision, detailed policies for managing development in the borough and development sites where change is anticipated in the borough.We are currently reviewing the policies in the Local Plan that relate to employment and industrial land.
Local Plan Performance and Monitoring
We monitor the performance of the Local Plan, the results of which are published in the Authority's Monitoring Reports (AMR), as required by the Localism Act 2011.
Supplementary Planning Documents
We have adopted and are preparing a number of Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) to provide further guidance on policies set out in Local Plan documents.
Community Infrastructure Levy
Although not formally part of the Local Plan, the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) will be used to help provide the infrastructure necessary to support the delivery of the London Plan and Wandsworth's Local Plan.
Neighbourhood Planning provides local communities with the opportunity to help shape and manage development in their local area.
Planning Policy Consultations
Our Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) sets out how we involve the community in the preparation, alteration and review of planning policy documents. The Planning Service undertakes regular consultation on the development of its Local Plan and related policy documents.
Local Plan Evidence Base
Find reports and evidence base information that relate to the Local Plan.
The London Plan
The Mayor of London is responsible for producing a planning
strategy for London.
Find out and download the current London Plan.
Consultation on the draft London Plan
On behalf of the Mayor of London, the Greater London
Authority (GLA) is consulting on the draft London Plan until Friday 2 March
2018 at 5pm.
Find out more, read the draft London Plan and have your say.
What can I do?
Comment on current consultations