Site Development Policies: Additional Sites

Closed 1 Sep 2009

Opened 20 Jul 2009

Results expected 22 Sep 2009

Feedback expected 22 Sep 2009


Sutton Council’s Site Development Policies document will set out development control policies for the whole borough and identify sites for development outside Sutton Town Centre, to meet the long-term needs as set out in Sutton's Core Planning Strategy. The sites will identify locations for proposed new housing, healthcare facilities, schools and other facilities. Following consultation on the council’s Preferred Options in February-March, four possible additional sites for future development have been identified.

Why your views matter

Before the council prepares the final version of the document, we are seeking your views on proposals for these four sites: • Crosspoint House & Car Park, Stafford Road, Wallington; • Land to the North West of Jessops Way, Beddington Lane, Beddington. This site is also being considered as part of the South London Waste Plan consultation; • Royal Marsden Hospital, Downs Road, Belmont; • Sutton United Football Ground, Gander Green Lane, Sutton. Documents and a response form will be placed on our on-line consultation portal, in your local library and at the Civic Offices. Responses must be received no later than 5pm on Tuesday 1st September 2009. The Site Development Policies Document forms part of the Council's Local Development Framework (LDF) that will, once adopted, replace the Sutton Unitary Development Plan.

What happens next

Your views will help develop the final version of the Site Development Policies document which we anticipate will be published for your comments in early 2010. It will then be submitted to the Secretary of State in spring/summer 2010 for examination by an independent planning inspector.


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