East London Line and Dalston Lane South Planning Brief
The London Borough of Hackney in partnership with Transport for London, the Greater London Authority and the London Development Agency are currently progressing the complementary development for the East London Line Project site and the adjoining, Council owned, Dalston Lane South to accommodate a comprehensive transport interchange and mixed-use development. The complementary development of the sites has the potential to trigger significant regeneration opportunities within the Dalston town centre.
In July 2005, the Council adopted a planning brief for the area, which is consistent with and provides additional landuse and design guidance to the Hackney Unitary Development Plan, June 1995, and the London Plan, February 2004. The brief outlines planning guidance for landuse, transport, and urban design considerations of the site and seeks to be proactive in bringing the site into reuse, while providing a clear statement of acceptable landuse through consultation with the local community.
Representations on the draft Planning Brief were received earlier this year. Comments are much appreciated and were used to inform the drafting of the final brief. Click here for a copy of the Summary of Submissions Report.
For further information please email email@example.com with 'Dalston Planning Brief' in the subject line or phone 020 8356 8038.
Download the Planning Brief.
Download the Summary of Submissions Report.
Page updated: 15 Jun 2010