Public consultation on the Regulation 19 OPDC Local Plan ended last September. Since then news has emerged that the timetable for publication of a final version of the Draft Plan (for submission to the Secretary of State) has slipped to May/June 2018.
OPDC has not so far published the responses to its consultation last summer. Given this delay, we asked to see those responses which had been submitted by the main statutory agencies involved, and by landowners and developers. Otherwise it would have been nearly a year before local people could know how these various bodies had responded to the proposals that OPDC published in June 2017.
Copies of the responses as provided to us can be downloaded from the links below. These documents were submitted as part of a public consultation exercise, so are in the public domain. They demonstrate that there are several aspects of the OPDC Draft Local Plan which will need a rethink, particularly around the proposed HS2 station in ‘Old Oak South’ .
There were 119 responses in all to the OPDC Regulation 19 Local Plan consultation. These includes responses from community groups (including this forum), amenity societies, and individuals. A report to the OPDC Board in November 2017 gives a summary of the issues raised, and a link to this report is in the list below.
One important response is not yet available. This is from Cargiant/London & Regional Properties. We understand that their original response included some errors which are being revised.
Please email us at email@example.com if you have any views or thoughts on how these responses might affect future plans for Old Oak.