The London Plan
The London Plan is the overall strategic plan for London, and it sets out a fully integrated economic, environmental, transport and social framework for the development of the capital to 2036. It forms part of the development plan for Greater London. London boroughs’ local plans need to be in general conformity with the London Plan, and its policies guide decisions on planning applications by councils and the Mayor.
Minor Alterations to the London Plan 2015 - Housing Standards, and Parking Standards
On 11 May 2015 the Mayor of London published for six weeks public consultation two sets of Minor Alterations to the London Plan – on Housing Standards and on Parking Standards.
These minor alterations have been prepared to bring the London Plan in line with new national housing standards and car parking policy.
Further Alterations to the London Plan March 2015
On 10 March 2015, the Mayor published (i.e. adopted) the Further Alterations to the London Plan (FALP). From this date, the FALP are operative as formal alterations to the London Plan (the Mayor’s spatial development strategy) and form part of the development plan for Greater London.
The London Plan has been updated to incorporate the Further Alterations. It also incorporates the Revised Early Minor Alterations to the London Plan (REMA), which were published in October 2013.