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The council formally adopted the Core Strategy on 1 March 2012. See the adopted strategy and related documents below:
You can inspect the Core Strategy and related documents at our offices (Sycamore House) and at all Waltham Forest libraries.
The Core Strategy was submitted to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government for independent examination on 31 May 2011. This followed the statutory consultation on the Proposed Submission Document, which ended on 28 February 2011.
Key documents submitted include the following:
Core Strategy Proposed Submission - Consultation Report Part III - Copies of Representations - Regulation 30(1)(f) - SD03. This is a large file. To make it more accessible, the document has been split up into smaller files as below:
This document was published for statutory consultation during the period 17 January to 28 February 2011 to allow comments to be made prior to the submission of the document to the Secretary of State for examination.
Download Core Strategy Proposed Submission documents below:
Public consultation at this stage took place from 25 June to 1 September 2008.
Below are the summary comments we received during the consultation.
We are required to fully integrate sustainability appraisal in the preparation of the LDF Core Strategy. The purpose of sustainability appraisal is to assess the social, economic and environmental effects of any proposed policies to be included in the core strategy. The first stage of the sustainability appraisal process is the production of a scoping report, providing the framework to be used to help develop policy options and consider their possible effects. Public consultation on a draft sustainability appraisal scoping report was undertaken from 25 June to 1 September 2008. The final sustainability appraisal report is published below: