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Consultation process


5.16 An eight-week public consultation period on this draft Implementation Plan will end on 29 February 2012. Key aspects on which consultation responses are sought in particular are:


  • Data/information about the need, provision and funding of strategic infrastructure

  • Implementation actions to facilitate the delivery of the London Plan policies


5.17 Consultation responses and any questions about the draft and the Implementation Plan process should be sent to


Jörn Peters,
Senior Strategic Planner
Development & Environment
GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY
City Hall

The Queens Walk

London SE1 2AA

E-mail:  jorn.peters@london.gov.uk


Please note that any comments received will be publicly accessible.






ANNEX 1


SUMMARY OF KEY IMPLMENTATION ACTIONS



ANNEX 1

SUMMARY OF KEY IMPLEMENTATION ACTIONS


A1.1 Annex 1 provides an overview of strategic and tangible implementation actions per policy area (sub-divided policy chapters) for the GLA group and key stakeholders. These actions support and facilitate the implementation of the Plan’s policies. They are based on a comprehensive overview of the implementation dimension of all policies of the London Plan. For each implementation action, information about responsible delivery bodies, a timescale for delivery and a degree of certainty are provided. It has to be highlighted that the certainty specified for an individual action does not represent a prioritisation. Instead it indicates if there is a strong commitment by the key deliverers or if the action depends on specified circumstances. Each action only appears once - within the most relevant policy area - to avoid duplication. However, every policy an action supports is mentioned.


A1.2 Similar to the main document Annex 1 is work in progress. The actions listed for the different policy areas are not comprehensive and not for all policies implementation actions have been identified yet. In some cases broader overarching policies (such as 1.1, 3.1, 4.1, 6.1 and 7.24) are delivered through other, more specific, policies.


action no

implementation action

action type

London Plan policies supported

key deliverers

timescale

certainty for key deliverers







2010 to 2012

2013 to 2018

post 2018

on-going

notes




LONDON'S PLACES

The London Context

PL.1

Eurocities - cooperation with other major cities in Europe to promote urban policies

Partnership

2.1

London Europe Office, other Eurocities

 

 

 

 

 

Strong commitment

PL.2

C40 Leadership Group - sharing good practice on addressing climate change with other world cities

Partnership

2.1

GLA, leaders of participating world cities

 

 

 

 

 

Strong commitment

PL.3

European Funding Programmes - promoting and assessing London's involvement

Investment

2.1

GLA, London Councils

 

 

 

 

Current ERDF funding period until 2013

Dependent on Government decision / guidance

PL.4

Review future of Interregional Form (IRF) - align approaches within wider South East and lobby for strategic investment

Partnership

2.2

GLA and local authorities in East and South East of England

 

 

 

 

To be informed by research on strategic planning beyond London to be commissioned by the Mayor

Dependent on discussion with partners in the East/South East

PL.5

Strategic partnerships - support development of Growth Areas and Corridors and cross-boundary working on specific issues (e.g. on delivery mechanisms)

Partnership

2.3, 2.5

Sub-regional partnerships including Thames Gateway London Partnership, North London Strategic Alliance, South London Partnership, West London Partnership

 

 

 

 

To be informed by research on strategic planning beyond London to be commissioned by the Mayor

Dependent on local commitment

Places in London

PL.6

Olympics Legacy SPG – provide a framework for the development of the legacy area, includes specific chapter on implementation

Strategy / guidance

2.4

GLA

 

 

 

 

Consultation draft Sept 2011

Strong commitment

PL.7

Olympics Legacy Communities Scheme - to inform submission of individual planning applications

Action plan / designations

2.4

Olympic Park Legacy Company working with GLA, boroughs, developers

 

 

 

 

Leading to individual applications from late 2012 onwards

Strong commitment

PL.8

Cooperation within/beyond Outer London - to promote distinct opportunities and transport requirements

Partnership

2.6, 2.7, 2.8

Outer London Commission, boroughs, GLA, developers

 

 

 

 

 

Strong commitment but dependent on local commitment

PL.9

Cooperation within Inner London - to address deprivation and improve distinct environments

Partnership

2.9

Boroughs, GLA, developers

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on local commitment

PL.10

Central Activities Zone (CAZ) SPG - coordinate strategic policies across borough boundaries

Strategy / guidance

2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 4.3

GLA, developers

 

 

 

 

2012

Strong commitment

PL.11

Opportunity Area Planning Frameworks (OAPF) and Intensification Area Planning Frameworks (IAPF) provide strategic framework for development, co-ordinate investment decisions of key partners, using amongst other things heritage assets and funds in place shaping.
Further detail on their specific implementation requirements to be explored further

Action plan / designations

2.13, 7.9

GLA, boroughs, TfL, local communities, developers

 

 

 

 

9 OAPFs underway, some completed within 5 years

Dependent on local commitment

PL.12

Regeneration Schemes - include integrated spatial policies and initiatives that bring together regeneration, development and transport proposals with improvements in learning and skills, health, safety, employment, environment and housing implemented through locally-based plans and strategies, particularly in inner London

Investment

2.14, 2.9

Boroughs, GLA Group, Strategic Partnerships, HCA, developers

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on individual circumstances

PL.13

Compulsory Purchase Orders - in particular to enable regeneration, town centre renewal, wharf re-activation

Action plan / designations

2.14, 2.15, 7.26

GLA Group, boroughs

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on individual circumstances

Functional Areas within London

PL.14

Town Centre SPG – give detailed guidance for policies in relation to town centre land uses (retail, leisure, culture, tourism, offices, housing, social infrastructure and mixed use development)
Further detail on their specific implementation requirements to be explored further

Strategy / guidance

2.15, 2.16, 4.2, 4.5-4.9

GLA, developers

 

 

 

 

Consultation draft Dec 2011

Strong commitment

PL.15

London wide town centre health check - provide a ‘snapshot’ of the health of over 200 of London’s town centres using a selection of strategic health check indicators and illustrate how these have changed over time

Research / assessment

2.15, 4.6, 4.7, 4.9

GLA group, boroughs

 

 

 

 

2009, update every 4 years

Strong commitment

PL.16

Borough town centre health checks - aims to monitor the vitality and viability of town centres and provides detailed analysis of the town centres within individual boroughs

Research / assessment

2.15, 4.7, 4.9

Boroughs

 

 

 

 

 

Strong commitment

PL.17

Provision of Shopmobility schemes - improve access to goods and services for older and disabled Londoners

Investment

2.15

Boroughs (and in cooperation with charities, BIDS and Town Centre Managers), local shopping centres and retailers, the National Federation of Shopmobility UK

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on individual circumstances

PL.18

Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) - levy payment and other voluntary contributions to support and encourage town centre management and regeneration

Action plan / designations

2.14, 2.15

Boroughs, Design for London, London and national BIDs Advisory services,

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on local commitment

PL.19

Identification of Strategic Outer London Development Centres (SOLDCs) and guidance - for areas with one or more strategic economic functions of greater than sub-regional importance, also informing Town Centres SPG

Action plan / designations

2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.16

Outer London Commission, GLA, boroughs

 

 

 

 




Strong commitment

PL.20

Priority Parks Programme - upgrading selected parks nominated by boroughs and chosen by public vote

Investment

2.18, 5.10

GLA, boroughs

 

 

 

 

Ongoing to 2012

Strong commitment

PL.21

All London Green Grid SPG - to offer London-wide guidance on Area Frameworks to develop local priority projects

Strategy / guidance

2.18

GLA, boroughs

 

 

 

 

Consultation drat Nov 2011

Strong commitment

PL.22

Area Frameworks - overview of projects in the area such as Wandle Valley Regional Park, being developed as part of All London Green Grid

Action plan / designations

2.18

Boroughs, GLA, Design for London - working with EA, TfL, Groundwork London

 

 

 

 




Dependent on resources

PL.23

Regional Parks - addressing deficiencies, especially the Wandle Valley Regional Park

Investment

2.18

LB Wandsworth, Croydon, Sutton, Merton, EA, Groundwork London, LPGSF, TfL, National Trust, Wandle Forum, South London Partnership

 

 

 

 

Ongoing – interim CEO appointed in Nov 2011

Dependent on resources

PL.24

Green Arc - to create and protect recreational landscape of well protected and accessible countryside in the urban fringe around London. Links with All London Green Grid project

Action plan / designations

2.18

GLA, boroughs, Natural England, surrounding county councils

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on resources

LONDON'S PEOPLE

Equalities

PE.1

Implement Economic Development Strategy - support Londoners to enter and sustain employment

Strategy / guidance

4.12

GLA Group and other London stakeholders

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on resources

PE.2

Improve cooperation between GLA and NHS London - to reduce health inequalities and improve the health of all Londoners.

Partnership

3.2

GLA, NHS London

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on better partnership working

PE.3

Health Impact Assessment (HIA) - for major applications and OAPFs and review progress

Research / assessment

3.2

GLA, boroughs, developers

 

 

 

 

 

Dependent on technical expertise / data

PE.4

Implement Health Inequalities Strategy and its action plan - by setting up plans and actions that contribute to Objective Five: Healthy Places

Strategy / guidance

3.2

GLA

 

 

 

 

 

Strong commitment

PE.5

Update Best Practice Guide on Planning for Health in London - to give greater emphasis to health inequalities and to better support and improve planning decisions

Strategy / guidance

3.2

London Councils, GLA, Hudu

 

 

 

 

2012

Dependent on resources

Housing

PE.6

Update of Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment or Housing Capacity Study

Research / assessment

3.3

Boroughs, developers and landowners

 

 

 

 

By 2015/16

Strong commitment

PE.7

Local Annual Monitoring Reports - updating local housing trajectories

Research / assessment

3.3

Boroughs

 

 

 

 

Annually

Statutory requirement

PE.8

Housing SPG - guidance on delivering increased housing output including guidance on housing design, affordability and social infrastructure requirements

Strategy / guidance

3.3, 3.4. 3.5, 3.7, 3.8. 3.10, 3.12, 3.13, 3.17 -3.20, 7.4

GLA

 

 

 

 

Consultation draft Dec 2011

Strong commitment

PE.9

Density Matrix - guidance for boroughs - can be refined in light of local circumstances regarding transport capacities, local character, infrastructure needs and provision for play and open space

Strategy / guidance

3.4

Boroughs

 

 

 

 

 2012

Dependent on local commitment

PE.10

London Housing Design Guide - at the core of the guide are new minimum space standards, also advocates improvements in the development and procurement process so that design remains valued from vision to delivery

Strategy / guidance

3.5

GLA, HCA

 

 

 

 

2010

Strong commitment

PE.11

Shaping Neighbourhoods - Children and young people's play and recreation SPG - guidance to boroughs on providing for the play and recreation needs of children and young people under the age of 18 and the use of benchmark standards in the preparation of Play Strategies

Strategy / guidance

3.6

GLA

 

 

 

 

Consultation draft Feb 2012

Strong commitment

PE.12

Play Strategies - strategies to identify play space requirements and mechanisms for ensuring access to high quality play spaces and facilities

Strategy / guidance

3.6

Boroughs

 

 

 

 

Ongoing as part of LDF

Dependent on resources

PE.13

Planning Framework - for sites over 5 hectares or capable of accommodating 500 dwellings

Strategy / guidance

3.7

Developers

 

 

 

 

 

Strong commitment

PE.14

Update London wide Strategic Housing Market Assessment

Research / assessment

3.8, 3.12

GLA

 

 

 

 

By 2015

Strong commitment

PE.15

Sub regional Strategic Housing Market Assessments - to identify housing requirements

Research / assessment

3.8, 3.12

Boroughs, sub regional partners, GLA

 

 

 

 

Completion 2011-12 - most currently underway

Strong commitment

PE.16

Update Best Practice Guide on Wheelchair Accessible Housing - for boroughs and developers. Advice to be incorporated into Annex 2.2 of Housing SPG

Strategy / guidance

3.8

GLA

 

 

 

 

2010/2011

Dependent on resources

PE.17

Programming of bringing vacant properties back into use - part of Mayor's Housing Strategy - investment through the Targeted Funding Stream from HCA London to boroughs

Investment

3.15

Boroughs, GLA, RSLs, HCA London, CLG, developers

 

 

 

 

Spring 2011

Strong commitment

PE.18

Local Annual Housing Improvement Programme (HIP) - improvement programme for all local authority homes to the Decent Homes Standard, purpose to inform local housing strategies, allows comparisons across the region and monitor central government developments

Strategy / guidance

3.15

CLG, boroughs, GLA

 

 

 

 

Annually

Dependent on local commitment

Affordable housing

PE.19

Economic viability assessment of affordable housing - to inform local targets

Research / assessment

3.12

Boroughs, GLA

 

 

 

 

During LDF preparation

Strong commitment

PE.20

Update to affordable housing toolkit - to assist in appraising the viability of schemes

Strategy / guidance

3.13

GLA, HCA

 

 

 

 

2011-12

Strong commitment

PE.21

Affordable housing toolkit assessments - toolkit is designed to indicate the financial viability of developments in order to act as a starting point to negotiating Section 106 agreements

Research / assessment

3.13

Developers

 

 

 

 

On submission of applications

Strong commitment

PE.22

HCA London Investment Programme - for affordable housing

Investment

3.13

HCA London, developers, boroughs

 

 

 

 

2015/2016

Dependent on resources

PE.23

Mayor's Housing Strategy - includes commitment to delivery affordable homes

Strategy / guidance

3.13

GLA

 

 

 

 

Consultation draft Dec 2011

Strong commitment

PE.24

Thresholds in Local Development Frameworks - for affordable housing

Strategy / guidance

3.14

Boroughs, GLA

 

 

 

 

 

Strong commitment

Social infrastructure

PE.25

Extend proposed guidance in the Housing and Shaping Neighbourhoods SPGs - social infrastructure requirements - especially at the sub-regional and Londonwide level

Strategy / guidance

3.17

GLA, Hudu, boroughs, NLSA

 

 

 

 

 2011/2012

Dependent on resources

PE.26

MPA/MPS Estate Strategy - provide the strategic framework for the management of their estates

Strategy / guidance

3.17

MPA/MPS

 

 

 

 

 

Strong commitment

PE.27

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