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Old Oak and Park Royal

Draft Local Plan

What happens next?

Thank you to everyone who got in touch via the post, over email, Facebook or Twitter, attended a workshop, came to a drop-in session or gave feedback through this site.

All of the feedback from the consultation has now been carefully analysed and considered to inform the next version of the OPDC Local Plan. This report, the Statement of Consultation, can now be read alongside the revised draft Local Plan, which summarises the comments and OPDC’s responses, including how they helped to shape the revised draft Local Plan.

The revised draft Local Plan for the Old Oak and Park Royal area is open to consultation until midnight on 11 September 2017. For more information on this consultation please visit

Have your say!

What’s happening?

Old Oak and Park Royal in west London is home to the UK’s largest regeneration scheme. Capitalising on HS2 and Crossrail investment, the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation aims to fulfil the Mayor’s vision and will work with partners to create world class homes and an exemplar new sustainable neighbourhood. A place where thriving communities can live, work and enjoy, and a destination to drive economic growth. This exciting and ground-breaking project aims to create more than 25,500 new homes and 65,000 jobs. That’s around 14 per cent of London’s employment needs up to 2031. The development of the area will boost the UK economy by an estimated £7 billion per year.

OPDC is the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation, which has been set up by the Mayor to oversee this regeneration programme.

What’s in the draft Local Plan?

The draft Local Plan includes:

  • A Spatial Vision, which in broad brush strokes, proposes how the area will be transformed
  • A number of Objectives, which describe how the plan will be delivered
  • Descriptions and policies guidance for a number of distinctive Places within the area
  • Policies governing how future buildings, spaces and places will be designed and delivered
  • Background information and evidence

As you go through the website, you will see that we ask you questions about each of the elements listed above. We really want your feedback, because it is crucial to the future of Old Oak and Park Royal that you are at the heart of the project.

We will read and analyse every comment you make, and use it to inform the next version of the Local Plan due for consultation in spring 2017, when we will ask you again for your views again.

Consultation information

This website presents OPDC’s draft Local Plan, which sets out a vision, accompanied by a set of policies for different topics and places. Once the plan is approved, it will govern how the area develops in the next 20 years. The plan builds on the opportunity presented by the arrival of Old Oak Common High Speed 2 Station and the unrivalled success of Park Royal as the UK’s largest industrial area.

This consultation is the first opportunity for you to help shape the future of Old Oak and Park Royal by giving us your comments on OPDC’s Local Plan.

Consultation is running from 4 February to 31 March and there are a range of ways in which to find out about the Plan and provide comments:

  • Respond through this website
  • Drop-in at a public exhibition:

Thursday 11 February2pm – 5pmHarlesden Methodist Church (NW10 4NE)
Saturday 13 February11am – 2pmOld Oak Community Centre
Monday 15 February4pm – 7pmHoliday Inn London West, North Acton (W3 6RT)
Wednesday 24 February2pm – 5pmCumberland House, Scrubs Lane (NW10 6RF)
Wednesday 2 March4pm – 7pmHoliday Inn London West, North Acton (W3 6RT)
Thursday 17 March4pm – 7pmHoliday Inn London West, North Acton (W3 6RT)

  • Book a place on a workshop (places are limited) by contacting us on the details below:

Workshop ThemeDateTimeVenueKey topics for discussion
OverviewThursday 11 February6pm – 8pmHarlesden Methodist Church (NW10 4NE)
Community InfrastructureSaturday 13 February11.30am – 12.30pmOld Oak Community Centre
Old Oak PlacesMonday 15 February6pm – 8pmHoliday Inn London West, North Acton (W3 6RT)
Wormwood ScrubsSaturday 20 February11am – 12noonLinford Christie Stadium (W12 ODF)Protection, accessibility, activities and environmental role
Design and HeritageTuesday 23 February6pm – 8pmCumberland House, Scrubs Lane (NW10 6RF)Key local views, tall buildings and assess designation of a Conservation Area
Old Oak PlacesWednesday 24 February6pm – 8pmCumberland House, Scrubs Lane (NW10 6RF)Old Oak South, Old Oak North, Old Oak High Street and North Acton
Park Royal PlacesWednesday 2 March6pm – 8pmHoliday Inn London West, North Acton (W3 6RT)Park Royal and Park Royal Centre
EmploymentThursday 3 March6pm – 8pmHoliday Inn London West, North Acton (W3 6RT)Supporting employment and business sectors locations
TransportMonday 7 March6pm – 8pmHarlesden Methodist Church (NW10 4NE)Walking, cycling and bus routes, rail connections and car parking
Environment, Open Spaces and Public RealmThursday 10 March6pm – 8pmHarlesden Methodist Church (NW10 4NE)Environmental targets, water management, parks and biodiversity
HousingThursday 17 March6pm – 8pmHoliday Inn London West, North Acton (W3 6RT)Housing delivery, affordable housing options, space standards and student housing

  • Tweet questions during a Question & Answer session (visit the news section to find out when these are taking place):
    • @OldOakParkRoyal
    • #opdclocalplan
  • Send an email to
  • Write in to:
    • Local Plan Consultation, OPDC, City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 2AA

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