Croydon's planning policy framework
The Croydon Local Plan: strategic policies is part of the borough's development plan and sets the strategic context for other planning documents and proposals.
Detailed policies and proposals development plan document is currently being produced by the council.
The documents in the local plan evidence base support the council's planning policies.
The Local Development Framework (LDF) determines how the planning system will help to shape the community, enabling growth and the future regeneration of Croydon.
The saved policies of the UDP, provide the non-strategic planning policies for the borough until the Croydon Local Plan: detailed policies and proposals is adopted. They are part of the development plan for Croydon.
Information on the Croydon's opportunity area planning framework (COAPF) adopted on 22 April 2013
Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) that have been adopted by the council.
Download the Annual Monitoring Report.
Coordinated and collaborative masterplans that translate vision into delivery on the ground.
The South London waste plan forms part of the council's development plan.
Croydon's Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) sets out how and when the community and local stakeholders will be involved in preparation of Local Development Documents and local plan in the consideration of planning applications.
Supplementary Planning Guidances (SPGs) were prepared to provide further guidance to Croydon's Unitary Development Plan (UDP). The Croydon Local Plan formerly known as the Local Development Framework (LDF) is being prepared to replace the UDP. SPGs which have not been replaced by Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) continue to provide guidance for developers and landowners.
Planning briefs for two sites that suffered extensive damage from arson attacks as part of the riots that took place across London on the night of the 8th August 2011.
Guidance regarding all aspects of Neighbourhood planning and the council’s approach