Development Coordination – information for the Local Community and Developers
There are many benefits to development, including new affordable housing, schools, health centres and parks. However, the construction phase can result in increased noise, dust and extra traffic on local roads.
These impacts are managed through a number of planning conditions, as part of an approved planning application, including the requirement to prepare a Construction Management Plan and have it approved by the council.
Approved development planning applications and associated documents can be viewed by entering the site address or planning reference number on the Online Planning Register page.
Here you can view:
- Approved site plans
- Construction Management Plans (explaining how the developer intends on carrying out the approved works)
- Approved hours of operation
- Approved out of hours/weekend works
- Noise suppression measures
- Dust suppression measures
- Site vehicle entrances and exits and how these may impact upon the local road network
- Road closures
- Pavement closures
- Site delivery schedules.
Who to contact
Many queries can be answered by looking through the Construction Management Plan (CMP) for a particular development site. This is available to view on the Online Planning Register.
General enquiries can also be made via the duty planner service on 020 7364 5009 available from Monday-Friday, 9am-1pm.
You can also contact the following departments if you have a specific question
Development Infrastructure Coordination Service
The new Development Infrastructure Coordination Service support developers by providing essential information regarding local utility infrastructure.
If you are a developer, for a small charge, the council’s Infrastructure Coordination Service can assist with utility connections and liaison with utility providers.
The coordinator can interface with infrastructure providers and ensure that development connections are delivered in a timely and efficient manner, reducing disruption.
The service was created with The Mayor of London and further information can be found on the Infrastructure coordination development Sway office website.
The infrastructure coordinator can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and can be used to support developments from pre-application through delivery on site.
Find out more on the Infrastructure Coordination service.