TIMELINE: ESTABLISHMENT OF THE OLD OAK AND PARK ROYAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF ITS PLANNING POLICY
Old Oak Common – A vision for the future (with early proposals for the area) was published by the London Mayor’s office (with Transport for London and the London Boroughs of Brent, Ealing and Hammersmith and Fulham for a three month consultation.
Further alterations to the London Plan (the London Mayor’s spatial development strategy) were published for a 3-month consultation. The alterations proposed five new ‘Opportunity Areas’ (reservoirs of brownfield land, which will accommodate a large amount of London’s growth over the next 25 years) including Old Oak Common.
Transport for London consulted on adding one or more stations to the London Overground at Old Oak Common. Three options were proposed.
A 3-week supplementary consultation on a revised boundary for the Mayoral Development Corporation was carried out.
The London Assembly held an extraordinary meeting on proposals for a new MDC to oversee development in Old Oak and Park Royal. Proposal discussed were the boundaries of the MDC, membership of the board and its planning committee.
The Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation was formally established. Click here for more information on the OPDC and its powers, its board and committees and links to the consultation documents.
The OPDC published its Statement of Community Involvement following consultation on a draft which was published in August 2015.
The OPDC consulted on its draft ‘regulation 18’ Local Plan and a number of evidence based document that support the plan. Click here for details.
Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, announced a review of the OPDC.
The OPDC review report with key findings and recommendations was published.
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