The City’s Local Plan 2036

What is the City Plan 2036?

The new Local Plan, called City Plan 2036, is a plan for the future development of the City of London, setting out what type of development the City Corporation expects to take place and where. It sets out the City Corporation’s vision, strategy and objectives for planning up to 2036, together with policies that will guide future decisions on planning applications. Once adopted, the new Plan will replace the current City of London Local Plan which was adopted in January 2015.

Consultation currently underway

The City Corporation has carefully considered all the comments made in response to previous consultations on the City Plan 2036 and is now publishing the revised Draft Local Plan 2036 again for its final stage of consultation. The consultation period is open until 10 May 2021.

All residents can respond and make comments on the Draft Local Plan 2036 during this consultation period.

The BA will be responding to this draft. You can also read the BA’s response to the first draft.

The BA has now submitted its response to the latest consultation (May 2021). You can read it here

Once this round of consultation is over the plan will go before a planning inspector before being adopted.