Policies

This section sets out Overarching Spatial Policies and detailed Thematic Policies. Alongside the policies set out in the places section, these guide decisions on every proposed future development.

The Overarching Spatial Policies provide strategic guidance across all of Old Oak, Park Royal and Wormwood Scrubs and have been grouped by the following themes:

The detailed Thematic Policies provide detailed guidance for all development and have been grouped by the following themes:

The delivery and implementation section provides information for how development could be delivered and how policies will be implemented and monitored.

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Overarching Spatial Policies

The Overarching Spatial Policies are the key policy building blocks for the whole OPDC area.

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Sustainable Development

This policy sets out how OPDC will take a positive approach that supports sustainable development.

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Design

This section contains policies which will be used to inform the design of places, streets, parks and buildings.

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Housing

This section sets out policies to guide housing supply, mix and the amount of affordable housing.

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Employment

This section sets out policies to guide a range of employment uses in Old Oak and Park Royal.

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Town Centre Uses

This section sets out policies to ensure existing and new town centres are vibrant and successful.

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Social Infrastructure

This section sets out policies to guide the development of social infrastructure.

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Transport

This section contains policies to guide the development of a sustainable transport network.

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Environment and Utilities

This section sets out policies for the interrelated themes of the environment and utilities.

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Delivery and Implementation

This section sets out information for how development of the area is envisaged to be funded and delivered.

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