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*[[Planning#Southwark_Planning_Network_(SPN)|Local List]]*[[Southwark Planning Network (SPN)]]*[[Community Hustings 2018]]
*[[Transforming Central Rye Lane]]
*[[Aylesham/Morrison site]]
*[[Multi-Storey Car Park]]
*[[Blackpool Road]]
*[[Old Mill Building]]
*[[Old Kent Road]]
==NSP Amended Policies==
The Council are consulting on changes to the NSP Submission version between January and May 2019. Deadline for comments is 17th May 2019.
===Policy topics===
These are the policies being amended and SPN is preparing templates on each of these. '''If you want to see any of them, email'''<br>
'''Drafts ready:'''
*SP2 Regeneration that works for all
*P1 Social rented and intermediate homes (two examples)
*P4 Private rented homes
*P9 Optimising delivery of new homes
* P14 Tall buildings
* P28 Affordable workspace
* P36 Hotels and other visitor accommodation
* P70 Local List
* P71 Homes for Travellers and gypsies
'''Drafts in preparation'''
* Annex 4 Borough Views
* Area Vision - Aylesbury
''* Site Allocations''
*NSP 57 Mandela Way
*NSP 65 Glengall rd, Latona Rd, OKR
*NSP 69 & 70 Hatcham and Ilderton
*NSP 80 St Olavs Business Pk, Lower Rd
*NSP 86 Croft St Depot
''* Proposals Map''
* Old Jamaica Rd Ind Est SPIL
* gasworks site OKR
* Camberwell town centre
===Relevant documents===* P14 Tall Buildings: [[Media:MGLA100119-2766_-_FOI_response.docx.pdf|GLA FOI Report on 'Tall Buildings Affordable Housing and Viability for Planning Policy']]===SPN workshops===SPN is holding Workshops to discuss the issues and the way to make representations before the deadline 17th May 2019. These are:* Monday 15th April 1-3pm Peckham Vision studio, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane SE15* Monday 29th April 7-9pm Peckham Vision studio, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane SE15* Wednesday 8th May 6.30pm-8.30pm Giraffe House, Burgess Park, 285 Albany Road, London SE5 0AH* Thursday 9th May 6.30-8.30pm Drapers Tenants’ Hall, 1 Howel Walk, London SE1 6TLFor more information email: ==NSP submission latest==* April 2019 SPN training group is preparing information in the form of templates for SPN on the issues to think about and the representations to make about the soundness of the NSP in the light of the proposed amendments. * '''January 2019''' The Council are consulting on changes to the NSP between January and May 2019. Deadline for comments is 17th May 2019. SPN is developing guidance on the issues and the way to make representations following the SPN meeting on 11th February 2019. Further information will be posted on this page. If you wish to contribute to this please email to seek more information.* '''December 2018''' Some SPN members met with Cllr Johnson Situ (Planning and Regeneration) and Cllr Leo Pollak (Social Housing) for an informal discussion about the way to increase substantially the social housing in the borough. '''[[Media:SPN - agenda for discussion 14 Dec 2018 with Cllrs Situ & Pollack.pdf|This note about the issues]]''' was provided by the SPN members as a basis for the discussion.* '''September 2018''' The submission of the NSP before the elections did not happen. It is now expected to be submitted in 2019. SPN has asked Cllr Johnson Situ new Cabinet Member for Planning and Development to publish information on the representations it received. This would have been done already under the original time table. * '''April 2018''' SPN organised a [[Community_Hustings_2018|community hustings in April]] during the local Council elections. This created the opportunity for a first borough wide discussion of significant issues raised by the NSP. ==Election Hustings May 2018==An election hustings on planning and regeneration was arranged for Saturday 14th April 2.30pm-5pm by the [[Southwark_Planning_Network|Southwark Planning Network]] in the lead up to the local Council elections on 3rd May. This was a community-led meeting, and a community exhibition on planning issues from the neighbourhoods across the borough. It was at Christ Church at 676-680 Old Kent Road, near Commercial Way. Email to get involved. ===Follow up===* '''Here is the FULL EVENT on video: ''' * '''[ The stream of tweets on @ShapeSouthwark]''' gives a good account of the debate as it unfolded. * '''[[Media:SPN_Planning_%26_Regen_Hustings_14.04.18_-_actual_questions.pdf|The Questions asked & themes of debate are here.]]''' ==New Southwark Plan (NSP) Submission Versionconsultation=====February 2018 Consultation ended===The consultation ended on 27th February 2018. The council will now collate the comments and submit them to the Government along with the new Southwark Plan. Some community comments on the main issues will be uploaded here in due course, and highlighted for the Council elections. The Council intends to submit the NSP to the Government before the local elections in May 2018.  ===Introduction===This page is compiled by Peckham Vision through the work in coordinating Southwark Planning Network (SPN). The New Southwark Plan (NSP ) which is out for consultation, until midday on Monday 12th Tuesday 27th February 2018, is the final version from the Council. They aim to submit it without changes to the Government in April for the Examination in Public (EiP) sometime between June and possibly November 2018. '''[https local-plan?chapter=4 You can see a copy here.]'''You can get a paper copy by mailing - - and arranging to pick it up at Tooley Street or asking them if they will post it. There are also copies available in Libraries for reference. For more on the information on this page, and how to get involved, email: [ More Council information on the NSP plus the borough map with many improtant details click here.] ===Submitting comments===Comments on the Council’s consultation on the New Southwark Plan have to be sent to -''''''- by 27th February 2018. It is important to get emails in on any policies that you are interested in and also development sites in areas that you are familiar with.Example templates have been prepared by SPN members to help in this:* [[Media:CS_Draft_response_on_SCI_-_Feb_2018_.pdf|community consultation – policy IP6]]* [[Media:P1%2C_P2%2C_P3%2C_P4%2C_P5%2C_P6%2C_P8%2C_P9%2C_P10_NSP_Housing_final_draft_template.pdf|housing – policies P1-6, P8-10]]* [[Media:P14_tall_buildings_final_draft_template.pdf|tall buildings – policy P14]]* [[Media:P16%2C_17%2C_18_conservation_and_heritage_final_draft_template.pdf|conservation & heritage – policies P16, P17, P18]]* [[Media:P56%2C_P58%2C_SP6_open_space_final_draft_template.pdf|open and green spaces – policies SP6, P56, P58]]* [[Media:NSP76_Blackpool_Road_Business_Park_representation.pdf|an individual site template.]] '''[ Click here to find your area’s sites.]'''<br>===Making minimum comments===You can read through the templates above and see if anything there is something you support, then copy and paste it into your own email or word doc. The minimum is: * your personal details. * you want to appear at the public hearings/oral examination * the policy number and policy name * The policy is unsound because it isn't [insert the soundness test from the template and explanation.] * copy and paste or summarise or select any reasons from the template if you wish. * if you have any, insert a few sentences on any local examples you have. * Copy and paste the proposed changes or just say something like 'I can make suggestions about changes to the NSP to make it sound.' * email to '''''' ===Structure of NSP==='''The New Southwark Plan (NSP) submission version''' comprises of the following document parts:* '''The Plan''' - this is the main document which has 342 pages; it is available in printed form and '''[ digital form on the Council’s New Southwark Plan (NSP) page.]'''** This large document is in two main parts:*** policies pages 13-93*** neighbourhoods (headed Area Visions & Site Allocations) pages 94-342. A separate pdf for each of 15 neighbourhoods is [ here.] ** The Contents Page 3-7 lists all the policies and the neighbourhoods. A copy of this is available [[Media:NSP Submission Version - Contents list.pdf|here.]]* '''11 schedules and maps ''' - these are all mentioned in the Plan report; the titles of the schedules and where they are referenced in the Plan report are listed [[Media:Policies Map Schedules list & policy refs.pdf|here.]]* '''6 Annexes ''' - these all form part of the NSP. The titles of the 6 Annexes are [[Media:NSP Annexes headings list.pdf|shown here.]] The Annexes are in a separate document '''[ on the Council’s New Southwark Plan (NSP) page.]''' '''The Appendices '''are ‘supporting documents’. They also are listed for download '''[ on the Council’s New Southwark Plan (NSP) page.]'''
==December 2017 Getting help to make comments==
This is initial informationAt this stage of developing the Plan, sent the Council does not take any moire comments for discussion. Instead they are submitting their final version of the New Southwark Plan (called the Submission Version) to all those the Government for an Examination in Public (EiP). An Inspector is appointed and the Inspector arranges Public Hearings on the [[Planning#Local_Community_Planning_Networks|Southwark Planning Network basis of comments that people make in writing before the 27th February 2018 (SPNextended from 12th February)]] mailing list, . These comments are 'representations'. This page brings together the information we are compiling about community organised sessions across the borough in January/February 2018 for help and advice to the community local people on preparing their representations on the New Southwark Plan (NSP). These are arranged by Peckham Vision through the [[Planning#Local_Community_Planning_Networks|Southwark Planning Network (SPN) ]] and in collaboration with Community Southwark and Southwark Law Centre
===Session Dates===
This is advance notice - these These are the dates, at 7-9pm. '''[[Media:Peckham Vision New Southwark Plan Workshop 8 JanNew_Southwark_Plan_%28NSP%29_Workshops_extended_date_%284%29.pdf|Details here.]]'''
* Monday 8th January: introductions and advice @ Peckham Vision Bussey studio
* Monday 15th January: introductions and advice @ Canada Water venue to be confirmedAlfred Salter School, Rotherhithe
* Wednesday 17th January: introductions and advice @ Big Local, Bermondsey Blue
* Tuesday 23rd January: Public Meeting on Conservation & Heritage planning policy All Saints Hall, Peckham* Thursday 25th January: introductions and advice @ venue to be confirmedWells Way TRA alongside Burns Night* Monday 29th January @ Leathermarket JMB, 26 Leathermarket Street* Tuesday 30th January: SPN meeting @ Cambridge House to be confirmedPeckham Vision Bussey studio
* Monday 5th February: drop-in finalising representations @ Peckham Vision Bussey studio
* Friday 16th February: drop in @ Peckham Vision Bussey studio
* Tuesday 20th February: Drop-in Elephant Amenity Network Drapers House, SE1 6T
You can come to one or more than one session. Please email to reserve a place and for further information.
===New Southwark Plan (NSP) soundness tests===
Only people or organisations who send in written comments by 12th 27th February 2018 saying the NSP is not legal or is unsound for specific reasons, and in the right format, will be able to speak at the Public Hearings if the Inspector invites them. For information on this see
* '''[[Media:Briefing on EIP and soundness 111217.pdf|briefing note on the EiP and soundness tests]]''' produced by the Southwark Law Centre.
* '''[[Media:Philip Waters tips for representations.pdf|tips for writing representations]] '''produced by Council Planning Dept.
===Template for comments===
To help in this process, we are preparing have prepared [[Media:Draft_v8_template_for_NSP_representations_-.pdf|a template to use to submit commentshere. ]] This will be an acceptable alternative or complementary to the on-line form on the Council's website, as well as to keep notes of the required details. There are some key aspects that must be followed to have a good chance of your issue(s) being chosen by the Inspector for the Public Hearings and for you to be invited to speak. The template is being designed to capture all this.
===NSP extracts===
We have created pdfs for some parts of the NSP to help them to be found more easily. Ones created so far are:
* [[ Media:NSP_pp44-45_Conservation_%26_Heritage.pdf|Conservation and Heritage protection from pages 44-45]]* [ a pdf forthe Area vision and development sites - a pdf for each local neighbourhood from pages 94-335]  
===How to start===
Read carefully the pages for your neighbourhood(s) which contain the Area Vision and all your area's development sites.
- You will find these in pages 94-335 in the NSP: https[ the NSP]
- You can find a pdf from that for your neighbourhood to download and print here:
* If you haven't time to read all the NSP policies, see if any concerns of yours fit with the topics in the NSP Contents list on pages 3-7 and look to see what the NSP says about them.
We expect there to be a number of comments across a wide range of policies, and we aim during January to link these where it is useful. These include:
*'''Local economy'''- loss of industrial land, supporting high streets, creative industries, enterprises and small businesses,
* '''Environment '''- extent of tall buildings, '''protection of heritage(see public meeting 23rd January)''', open & green spaces, provisions for flooding, air quality, avoiding fuel poverty
We will also be aiming to link comments on the above where they bring out the impact of the NSP on the following:

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