The Regulation 14 consultation on the 'quick' Neighbourhood Plan has now ended, full details are here in this link on the Regulation 14 page. We have a revised draft Plan (version 7) here which takes account of the consultation responses which are here.
The Isle of Dogs Neighbourhood Planning Forum is a resident led body that has the statutory power to write a Neighbourhood Plan for the Isle of Dogs. We were officially recognised on the 5th April 2016 by Mayor John Biggs but we are an independent resident led body that has its own powers granted through the 2011 Localism Act. The Neighbourhood Plan can set legal policies that will guide development for the next 15 years and its main objective will be to ensure that development in the area is sustainable, that it works for residents today as well as in the future. We are trying to make sure that public infrastructure like schools, GP surgeries, transport, parks and street lights are delivered at the same time as new residential buildings.
We will also be working with Tower Hamlets Council, the GLA & Transport for London on their plans for the Isle of Dogs.
The Forum is led by residents, the Plan must be written by and approved by residents in a public referendum so if you want to be kept up to date with what we are doing, how you can get involved or when we are next meeting fill in the newsletter form to the right, have a read of this website or watch the video below. If you want to be actively involved please fill in a membership form at the bottom of this page here
More information on our legal status can be found here
Youtube link is here The video above was prepared by the Forum for government ministers, MP's and local politicians to explain what help we need from them, more information here including a full version of the interview with Mayor John Biggs