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London Borough of Barnet’s Local Development Scheme: Version 6

With effect from 11th June 2018

This Local Development Scheme (LDS) sets out Barnet Council’s timetable for preparing its Local Plan. It supersedes the LDS 5th version that was published in
September 2016. Section 15 of the Planning & Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 (revised by Housing & Planning Act 2016) requires local planning authorities to
prepare and maintain a LDS specifying a timetable for preparation and revision of Local Plan documents.

Local Plan related documents Regulatory Stages and Timetable

All documents listed below are part of the Local Plan - Evidence Reg 18: Reg 19: Reg 22: Reg 24: Reg 26:
the document for managing growth in Barnet. gathering Preparation of Publication of Submission Examination Adoption
and pre- Local Plan and Local Plan and in Public
Development Plan Document (DPD) preparation Consultation Consultation The Council Subject to
Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) stage submits the Conducted by outcome of
Opportunity for The Council Local Plan to independent examination,
(Including interested publishes the the Secretary Planning the Council
consulting on parties and draft plan. There of State with Inspector who formally adopt
sustainability statutory follows a period representation will consider the plan.
reports consultees to be of at least 6 s received. representation
where involved at an weeks s made at Reg
applicable) early stage. consultation. 22 stage.
Local Plan for Barnet DPD Summer Winter 2018 Summer 2019 Winter 2019 Spring 2020 Winter 2020
The new Local Plan for Barnet looks ahead to 2036 2017- Winter
and comprises a suite of strategic and development 2018
management policies together with site proposals and
a Policies Map.
Upon adoption the new Local Plan will replace Core
Strategy and Development Management Policies
documents (adopted in 2012).
North London Waste Plan DPD Summer Winter 2014 Winter/Spring Summer 2019 Autumn 2019 Spring/
Allocates sites for development of waste management 2014-2017 2019 Summer 2020
facilities and provides policy framework for decision
making on waste management facilities.

Colindale Station - SPD Spring 2018- Not applicable Reg 12 Not applicable Reg 13 Spring 2019
Sets out approach to redevelopment of the Colindale Summer consultation on Internal
Station site with housing led mixed use development 2018 draft SPD - Assessment of
above and around the new station building. Autumn 2018 Representatio
ns - Winter
2018

Middlesex University – Hendon Campus SPD Autumn 2018 Not applicable Reg 12 Not applicable Reg 13 Autumn 2019
Sets out approach to optimise potential of Middlesex - Spring 2019 consultation on Internal
University, London Fire Brigade and Council draft SPD – Assessment of
landholdings supporting successful and sustainable Spring 2019 Representatio
mixed used growth within Hendon ns - Summer
2019

Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) PDCS DCS CIL CIL Adoption
Reviews effectiveness of Barnet’s CIL since Spring Spring 2019 Autumn 2019 Examination Winter 2020
2013. The CIL charging schedule is the primary Spring 2020
means of funding local infrastructure
Preliminary draft charging schedule (PDCS)
Draft charging schedule (DCS)

Other Possible Documents:

• Brent Cross West
There is an opportunity for an appropriate planning framework (Area Action Plan / Supplementary Planning Document) to be developed with LB Brent on
Brent Cross West based on the delivery of West London Orbital Railway. This will unlock capacity for new homes and jobs as well as other benefits
including improvements to the public realm.

• New Southgate Opportunity Area
There is an opportunity for an appropriate planning framework (Area Action Plan / Supplementary Planning Document) to be developed with LB Enfield,
LB Haringey and the Mayor of London at the New Southgate Opportunity Area (as identified in the Draft London Plan). This will unlock capacity for new
homes and jobs as well as other benefits including improvements to the public realm.

• Transport Hubs SPD
There is an opportunity to produce a SPD focusing on public transport hubs in Barnet (including land owned by Transport for London and Network Rail).
This will unlock capacity for new homes and jobs as well as other benefits including improvements to the public realm.