Northern Olympic Fringe Area Action Plan

Planning and building control


The legacy of the 2012 games are transforming East London. The council and its partners are working on plans to make sure that the neighbourhoods in and around the south of the borough capitalise on the investment in the region.

The council is currently preparing the Northern Olympic Fringe and Lea Bridge Area Action Plan (AAP) to form part of the council’s Local Development Framework, which will coordinate investment and planning in the area through land use designations and close working with the Olympic Delivery Authority, land owners, service providers and residents groups.

The major aim for the AAP will be to channel investment so that local people have a better quality of life and greater opportunities in the form of jobs, homes, services, open spaces, and public realm improvements.

Preferred options stage Click to get info

This document sets out area-specific policies and proposals for the Northern Olympic Fringe Area. The council published the Preferred Options document for consultation during the period 17 January to 28 February 2011. The consultation period has now closed. The council is considering all comments submitted and will publish a consultation report later during the year. Consultation responses received at the Preferred Options stage will be used to prepare the Proposed Submission version.

Download Northern Olympic Fringe Area Action Plan (AAP) Preferred Options below:

Supporting documents

Issues and options stage Click to get info

Local residents, businesses and other stakeholders were consulted on the issues and options study area in July and August 2009. Reports on these exercises were taken to the council’s cabinet in November 2009.