Consultation on the main modifications finished on Thursday 21 September 2023.
The Council received the following representations on the main modifications. These have now been sent to the Inspectors for their consideration as they draft the Local Plan Examination Report.
MMC01 – The SoCo (PDF)
MMC02 – Waltham Forest Civic Society (PDF)
MMC03 – McCarthy and Stone (PDF)
MMC04 – Conservative Councillors Group (PDF)
MMC05 – David and Geraldine Kendall (PDF)
MMC06 – Julian Cheyne (PDF)
MMC07 – Environment Agency (PDF)
MMC08 – Mike Sparrow (PDF)
MMC09 – Prologis c/o Lichfields (PDF)
MMC10 – Drysdale and District Residents Association (DADRA) (PDF)
MMC11 – London Hotel Group (PDF)
MMC12 – BlackRock and NEAT Developments (PDF)
MMC13 – Waltham Forest Civic Society (Part 2) (PDF)
MMC14 – Richard Snape (PDF)
MMC15 – Ruth Lovell (PDF)
MMC16 – Claire Lovell (PDF)
MMC17 – Carolyn Lovell (PDF)
MMC18 – Stonecrest Marble (PDF)
MMC19 – Tushar Kelkar (PDF)
MMC20 – Juliet Guiness (PDF)
MMC21 – Derek Cockerill (PDF)
MMC22 – Mayor of London (PDF)
MMC23 – TTL Properties Limited (PDF)
MMC24 – Nigel Reynolds (PDF)
MMC25 – Nigel Mear (PDF)
MMC26 – Janet McPartland (PDF)
MMC27 – Diane Mackey (PDF)
MMC28 – Stephen and Sue Malme (PDF)
MMC29 – Historic England (PDF)
MMC30 – David Jennings (PDF)
MMC31 – Adèle Bird (PDF)
MMC32 – MPC – Designing Out Crime (PDF)
MMC33 – Barbara Sakarya (PDF)
MMC34 – Stephen Lovell (PDF)
MMC35 – Rosy Villar (PDF)
MMC36 – Ruairidh Villar (PDF)
MMC37 – Martin Levin (PDF)
MMC38 – Gerry Delbourgo (PDF)
MMC39 – Jacqueline Stafford (PDF)
MMC40 – Delia Born (PDF)
MMC41 – Sonja Klug (PDF)
MMC42 – Highams Park Planning Group (PDF)
MMC43 – Valerie Gay (PDF)
MMC44 – John Whipp (PDF)
MMC45 – Shrenee Nesaratnam (PDF)
MMC46 – June Laverick (PDF)
MMC47 – Nanette Higgins (PDF)
MMC48 – N Cope (PDF)
MMC49 – Ian Rampton (PDF)
MMC50 – Jarmila Piero (PDF)
MMC51 – Catherine Skeggs (PDF)
MMC52 – Michael Killoran (PDF)
MMC53 – Raymond Moffat (PDF)
MMC54 – Allan Thompson (PDF)
MMC55 – Peter Clarke (PDF)
MMC56 – Natural England (PDF)
MMC57 – Alan Piper (PDF)
MMC58 – Loraine Thompson (PDF)
MMC59 – Michelle Cotter (PDF)
MMC60 – Gerald Osmund (PDF)
MMC61 – Chris Thorndyke (PDF)
MMC62 – Gary Walsh (PDF)
MMC63 – Margaret Wickenden (PDF)
MMC64 – Field Family (PDF)
MMC65 – John Hugill (PDF)
MMC66 – Elisabeth Flint (PDF)
MMC67 – Rosemary Langlands (PDF)
MMC68 – Abigail Woodman (PDF)
MMC69 – NHS Property Services (PDF)
MMC70 – Sport England (PDF)
MMC71 – Rosemary Langlands (Part 2) (PDF)
MMC72 – Rosemary Langlands (Part 3) (PDF)
MMC73 – Transport for London (PDF)
MMC74 – Anthony Thorne (PDF)
MMC75 – S Clark (PDF)
Thursday 27 July to Thursday 21 September 2023.
Following the Examination in Public hearings in March 2023, the Planning Inspectors and the Council have agreed a schedule of Main Modifications proposed to make Local Plan Part 1 sound and/or legally compliant.
The proposed Main Modifications will now be subject to an eight-week consultation from 27th July to 21st September 2023. Responses to this consultation will be forwarded to the Inspectors, who will take them into account before issuing their report on the Plan. If the Inspectors find the Plan sound, the Council will then be able to take steps to adopt it later in 2023/ early in 2024.
The proposed Main Modifications have been subject to updated Sustainability Appraisal and Habitats Regulation Assessment, as set out in the following supporting documents:
The Policies Map illustrates the application of policies in the Plan geographically. It is not defined in legislation as a development plan document, but needs to be updated in line with the proposed Main Modifications. For completeness, the Council is therefore also inviting comments on the Proposed Changed to Submission Policies Map.
For ease of use, a modified version of the Plan is available below to review alongside the schedule of Main Modifications. It is important to note that this is for information only. Any representations you wish to make should refer to the Main Modifications schedule, and if there are discrepancies between the documents, it is the schedule which takes precedence.
The Council also proposes a number of “Additional Modifications” to the Plan. These changes are not necessary for legal compliance and/or soundness but are proposed to enhance the clarity of the Plan and provide factual updates. For completeness, a schedule of these Additional Modifications is available below, but please note that representations on Additional Modifications are not sought as part of this consultation.
The Council has also made revisions to the following Local Plan evidence documents to inform the proposed Main Modifications:
The Inspectors will take into account any comments received In relation to the following documents which have been published alongside the schedule of Main Modifications:
- Sustainability Appraisal of the Main Modifications
- Habitats Regulations Assessment of the Main Modifications
- Updated Five Year Housing Land Supply Statement
- Updated Housing Trajectory
You can make representations on the Main Modifications and/or Policies Map Changes in the following ways:
Please send us your response by 5pm on 21 September 2023, and include the Main Modification reference number (MM1, MM2 etc) to which your representation refers.
As the Main Modifications are proposed to make the Plan sound and/or legally compliant, you should consider the tests of soundness when submitting any representation. Paragraph 35 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF 2021) states that plans are sound if they are:
- positively prepared
- effective and
- consistent with national policy.
This consultation is not an opportunity to raise matters relating to other parts of the Plan that have already been considered by the Inspectors during the Examination process.
Please note that your response will not be treated as confidential. Your comment and name will be made public as it will form part of the Local Plan evidence base, and we are required to provide your full details to the Planning Inspectors and Programme Officer.
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