LONDON BOROUGH PLANNING GUIDE: ISLINGTON

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LONDON BOROUGH PLANNING GUIDE: ISLINGTON
COUNCIL AND LOCAL POLITICS
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HAMLETS
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Conservative
Labour
Liberal Democrats
Independent
City
No overall control
MERTON
issues:
Affordable housing
Loss of office accommodation
Density – ensuring infrastructure is in place to support development
Significant amenity groups / neighbourhood forums:
• Potential neighbourhood forums at King’s Cross (joint with London Borough of Camden), Crouch
Hill and Hornsey Rise
• Number of active conservation groups across the Borough
KINGSTON
BROMLEY
SUTTON
Structure:
• Labour majority (Labour: 47, Green: 1)
• Leader of Islington Council: Councillor Richard Watts
• Key Officers: Chief Executive: Lesley Seary; Director of Service, Planning and Development:
Karen Sullivan; Head of Development Control: Victoria Geoghegan
• The Planning Committee consists of one main Committee who make decisions on major
applications and two sub-committees (A and B) who determine minor applications
• The Planning Committee has all Labour seats
• Chair of Main Planning Committee: Councillor Robert Khan
CROYDON
CIL STATUS*
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Islington is the most
densely populated
London Borough
Third smallest
Borough by area
^ Census 2011
*Community Infrastructure Levy
Mayoral CIL: £50 per sq m~
Islington CIL: Scheduled for adoption July 2014
Draft Charging Schedule: October 2013
Use
3
Area B Rest of (Borough)
Residential (C3 and C4), residential institutions (C2, C2A), not including public health and care facilities
300
250
Retail
175
125
Hotels
350
250
Office
80
0
Student housing
400
Assembly and Leisure (D2)
80
Research and development (B2), light industry (B1c), general industrial (B2), storage or distribution (B8),
non-residential institutions (D1)
0
~Part of the Borough is within Central Activities Zone (CAZ) where Crossrail S106 Contributions apply
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Rate (£) per sq m
Area A (CAZ)
rd
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LONDON BOROUGH PLANNING GUIDE: ISLINGTON
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SUMMARY OF POLICY
OPPORTUNITY AND INTENSIFICATION AREAS
Planning framework:
• The adopted development plan comprises*:
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Core Strategy (February 2011)
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Development Policies Document (DPD) (June 2013)
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Site Allocations (June 2013)
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Finsbury Local Plan DPD (June 2013)
1. King’s Cross
(part within Camden)
Opportunity Area
2. Farringdon / Smithfields
Intensification Area
A107
H A R I N G EY
A503
A1
Crouch Hill
A1201
A105
A103
Finsbury Park
Archway
A1201
Upper Holloway
A400
Housing:
• London Plan housing target: 11,700 (2011 – 2021)
- Set to increase to 12,641 in the FALP# (2015 – 2025)
A1
A10
A400
A503
A10
STOKE NEWINGTON
Arsenal
A105
A503
Tufnell Park
H AC K N EY
A1201
• Affordable housing policy:
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50% Borough wide target
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Maximum amount of affordable housing possible should be delivered on site. Many
sites are expected to deliver at least 50% of units as affordable, subject to a financial
viability assessment
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70% social rented and 30% intermediate split
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Political preference is for social rent
A5200
Drayton Park
Holloway Road
A105
A1
A400
Canonbury
Caledonian Road
A1199
A104
A1201
A502
A5203
Caledonian Road
and Barnsbury
A5200
CAMDEN TOWN
A104
ISLINGTON
A1
Essex Road
A104
A400
A5205
A10
A1200
A5202
A400
C A M DE N
Angel
1
A4201
A501
A1208
A501
A5200
A400
SHOREDITCH
FINSBURY
A501
A1
2
A401
A5201
A1202
A10
A1209
A4200
A201
A501
A5201
A501
A400
Farringdon
Holborn
A400
A10
A5200
A4201
A4200
A5204
A5204
A104
Highbury and Islington
A503
Office to residential position:
• Islington (alongside Camden, Richmond and Lambeth Councils) sought to legally challenge the
office to residential permitted development rights, the challenge was dismissed
• Parts of Islington within the Central Activities Zone (CAZ) are exempt from office to residential
permitted development rights
• The Council has published an Article 4 Direction which will come into effect on 15 July 2014,
removing the permitted development from B1(a) to C3 to all areas outside of the CAZ
MARYLEBONE
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A40
KEY CONTACTS
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A4
A400
A4201
TOWER
HAMLETS
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CITY OF
W E ST MI N ST E R
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A201
A4
A4
In addition to the London Plan (including Revised Early Minor Alterations) 2013
*#Draft
Further Alterations to the London Plan (January 2014)
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A105
A1
CI TY O F
LO ND O N
CITY OF LONDON
James Penfold
Associate Director, Planning
t: 020 7182 3864
e: [email protected]
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A10
A1211
Joseph Wilson
Senior Planner
t: 020 3214 1869
e: [email protected]
Last updated July 2014
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