OPDC FIRST DRAFT LOCAL PLAN - "Regulation 18"
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2015-11-21

The OAPF Part Works (The separate installments can be bound together in an attractive binder you can cherish for years to come)


"The Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework (OAPF) was adopted by the Mayor on 4th November 2015. The OAPF is Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) to the Mayor’s London Plan (2015). The framework has been produced by the Greater London Authority with contributions from Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), Transport for London and the London Boroughs of Brent, Ealing and Hammersmith & Fulham.

"The framework sets out an ambitious vision and planning guidance to capitalise on future transport improvements to deliver transformative change at Old Oak, regeneration of Park Royal and continue the protection of Wormwood Scrubs.

"The adopted Opportunity Area Planning Framework and its supporting documents are available on the below links."

Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework

The document has also been split into individual contents sections:
0. Foreword

1. Introduction

2. Vision and Objectives

3. Land use strategy

4. Design strategy

5. Old Oak strategy

6. Park Royal strategy

7. Wormwood Scrubs strategy

8. Transport strategy

9. Environment strategy

10. Delivery strategy

Appendix 1 - Contextual Analysis

Supporting documents

The final supporting documents for the OAPF will be uploaded in this section w/c 16 October. [sic.]

Related documents [Are these the 'final supporting documents?]




I-Spy on Grand Union Street [sic]


Can you spot:
  • the flying delivery drone?
  • the translucent bus stop screen?
  • the robot? (clue: it's hiding a bit!)
  • the weird bicycles?
  • the lack of segregated cycle paths?

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