Details of public hearings in relation to planning in London are published here.
In his role in making strategic planning decisions for London, the Mayor may occasionally take over an application for his own determination. He must then hold a public hearing before deciding whether or not to grant planning permission.
Public hearings are normally announced at least one week in advance. They are held in the Chamber at City Hall in the evening, unless otherwise advertised. The Chamber has a capacity of 250 people and is fully accessible. For information about accessing City Hall see location map and disabled access.
Future public hearings
Eileen House – to be scheduled.
Past public hearings
London Fruit and Wool Exchange, Spitalfields: A representation hearing was held on 10 October 2012, at which the Mayor resolved to grant planning permission, subject to the prior completion of a section 106 legal agreement.
On 12 October 2011 the Mayor resolved to grant planning permission for the SITA Recycling Park, Mitcham, subject to the prior completion of a section 106 legal agreement.
On 19 September 2011 the Mayor approved the Saatchi Block (Fitzrovia) planning application.
On 25 March 2010 the Mayor approved the Southall regeneration scheme.
On 7 October 2009 the Mayor approved the Hertsmere House (Columbus Tower) application, subject to a section 106 agreement.