The Secretary of State appointed Planning Inspector, following the examination hearings, is inviting comments on the main modifications to the Croydon Local Plan: Strategic Policies – Partial Review (Proposed Submission) and the Detailed Policies and Proposals (Proposed Submission).
Main Modifications are changes which the Inspector considers are necessary to make the plan sound for adoption. Main Modifications are proposed without prejudice to the Inspector’s final conclusions in the Inspector’s Report, which will take account of all representations submitted in response to this consultation.
This is not an opportunity to raise matters relating to other parts of the submitted Local Plans. The Inspector will only consider representations from this consultation which relate to the Main Modifications.
You can make a representation between 29 August and 10 October 2017, inclusive by:
- Emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Completing the representation form (which will be made available at libraries) and emailing it to email@example.com or posting it to Spatial Planning Service, 6th Floor Zone B, Bernard Weatherill House, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon, CR0 1EA.
To be duly made, the comments must:
- Be received by the Council between 29 August and 10 October 2017 (inclusive);
- Include a name and either an e-mail or postal address, all of which must be legible;
- Not contain offensive or derogatory language; and
- Be related only to the Main Modifications to the Croydon Local Plan: Strategic Policies – Partial Review (Proposed Submission) or the Main Modifications to the Detailed Policies and Proposals (Proposed Submission).
Consultation on the Main Modifications will take place from 29 August to 10 October 2017, inclusive. Any representations received before 29 August or after 10 October 2017 will not be accepted by the Council as duly made and will not be considered by the independent Planning Inspector.
How to Make a Representation
You are invited to make representations to the Main Modifications to the Croydon Local Plan: Strategic Policies – Partial Review and the Croydon Local Plan: Detailed Policies and Proposals. The representation form and guidance may be viewed at:
- The borough’s libraries (during normal opening hours)
- Bernard Weatherill House (Access Croydon), Mint Walk, Croydon. 8:30am-4:45pm (Monday to Friday)
- By downloading from the Council’s website: www.croydon.gov.uk/localplanone and www.croydon.gov.uk/localplantwo
- Alternative formats of the document are available on request at LDF@croydon.gov.uk or 020 8726 6000 or 020 8407 1385.
Any representations received before 29 August or after 10 October 2017 will not be accepted by the Council as duly made and will not be considered by the independent Planning Inspector.
Croydon Council will acknowledge receipt of your representation(s) as soon as possible. Please note that representations are not confidential, including your name and organisation and will be made publicly available. The addresses and contact details of representations from individuals will not be published on the website or any other public place. You are advised to keep a copy of the representation(s) you submit.
For enquiries or further information: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 8407 1385.
You can respond to the consultation by letter:
Spatial Planning Service
6th Floor, Zone B
Bernard Weatherill House
8 Mint Walk
Croydon Council dog warden service works in close partnership with Dogs Trust to help promote responsible dog ownership. They held a Dog Awareness Event in Lloyd Park yesterday which was a great success.
“Yesterday’s event in Lloyd Park went really well, the sun came out and we micro-chipped 12 dogs, updated the microchip details for 6 and handed out 11 low-cost neutering vouchers. Some dogs also had a go at our fun agility.”
“By preventing unwanted litters and ensuring dogs within the borough are microchipped and up to date, we are able to help tackle the problem of unwanted strays and reunite missing dogs with their owners much faster without the need for kennelling, so this was a great outcome.”
They are also running a ‘£35 Neutering’ initiative during 2017 and it is not too late to see if you qualify for help.
There is a UK wide overpopulation of unwanted dogs and although this is due to a large number of unscrupulous backyard breeders, there are also many owners who would like to have their dog neutered but simply cannot afford it, which leads to accidental litters, continuous straying, dog thefts and unneutered dogs being sold to new owners, antisocial behaviour involving dogs and dangerous dogs so it is hoped that this initiative will help curb these problems. To find out more, click here.
Due to popular demand, Surrey Street Sunday Market will be relaunched from 17 September 2017!
The Sunday market seeks to provide local residents and visitors with an alternative range of goods and foods as well as an exciting events programme.
Croydon Council would love to hear what you would like to see and experience from the Sunday market, including the types of goods sold and events hosted.
Get involved and complete our short survey by 3 September 2017 to give them your views: https://getinvolved.croydon.gov.uk/survey/510