Updated Plan - June 2017
Date: July 2017 | Source: HopCroft Forum & Changing Cities | Document Link (5 MB)
Following on from the Draft Plan consultation, we have updated the Neighbourhood Plan. A revised version can be found following the link here, along with a tracked change version to help you see where the changes have been made. Accompanying the updated Plan, is a draft Consultation Statement, which lists the outcomes of past engagement events as well as details the comments made on the Draft Plan (by both statutory consultees and residents) and how these have been addressed. A summary of the key changes can be found by following the link here. Please visit the online survey to tell us if you are happy with all the key changes. To comment further on Policy BE3, please see the below document outlining the proposed new 'Areas of Special Local Character' and then visit the Stickyworld Portal to give us your feedback.
Proposed new Areas of Special Local Character
Date: July 2017 | Source: Local Residents | Document Link (22mb)
The work on policy ‘BE3: Areas of Special Local Character’ is continuing. This is because further evidence has come through via a Heritage and Character assessment undertaken by AECOM via technical support (awaiting final document to be sent through) and a study putting forward nine different areas by a local historian. We want to give you the opportunity to review these.
- Please read the summary document proposing the nine different areas to those described in the Draft Plan October 2016 version.
- Please visit the Stickyworld portal to give us your comments. We invite you to consider these and/or put forward other streets/collection of streets which possess sufficient architectural, townscape and environmental quality to make them of significant local value to be designated as “areas of special local character”. From the landing page, please click on the menu option called "Proposed New ASLC" to view the slides and add your comments.
Draft Consultation Summary Presentation
Date: January 2017 | Source: HopCroft Forum & Changing Cities
A summary presentation of the neighbourhood plan, presented at the November 2016 and January 2017 consultation events.
HopCroft DRAFT Neighbourhood Plan - Issued For Consultation
Date: October 2016 | Source: HopCroft Forum & Changing Cities / Urban Silence
The Draft neighbourhood plan launched on 15th October 2016. The draft neighbourhood plan consists of a number of documents:
- Background evidence documents - found below on this publications page
- The (draft) Neighbourhood Plan Development Plan (7.4MB)
- The (draft) Neighbourhood Design Guide (6.4MB)
Please note. All documents are currently in draft form, and constitute the proposed content for our final Neighbourhood Plan. We've based the content of this draft plan on the evidence gathered and what you have told us at past engagement events summarised here. If you think there are still gaps, or room for improvement, please let us know.
HopCroft Forum Governance Arrangements
Date: October 2015 | Source: HopCroft Forum
The Governance Arrangements further elaborates on the Forum's procedures for decision making. It outlines the roles and responsibilities, role appointments and criteria to ensure open and transparent decisions and approvals are reached.
It is currently being revised, following the 2017 AGM and will be uploaded shortly.
Evidence Base - Background Context | Location - History - Policy
Date: Octobe 2015 | Source: HopCroft Forum
This report outlines the background context of the neighbourhood area to help inform the vision and strategy of the neighbourhood plan
Evidence Base - Environment | Air Quality - Noise Pollution - Green Infrastructure - Energy Consumption - Flood Risk
Date: September 2015 | Source: HopCroft Forum
This report outlines the environmental context of the neighbourhood area to help inform the vision and strategy of the neighbourhood plan
Evidence Base - People | Demographics - Socio-Economic - Health and Wellbeing - Education - Access to Services - Deprivation
Date: September 2015 | Source: HopCroft Forum
This report outlines the socio-economic analysis of the neighbourhood
Soundscape of Brockley
Date: August 2015 | Source: Revealing Spaces R&D Project
This report summarises the key findings from the soundwalk which took place in April 2015. It recorded the sounds of Brockley and assessed the quality of the soundscape, highlighting how noise is a significant issue along the Brockley Corridor. The study was done in conjuction with the Revealing Spaces project team.
List of Identified Assets of Community Value - PRELIMINARY FOR DISUSSION
Date: July 2015 | Source: HopCroft Forum
This report lists all the assets of community value currently known the the forum. There may be others out there, so please do let us know where they are.
Proposal for Conservation Area in parts of Honor Oak
Date: 2013 | Source: HopCroft Forum
This report details a short study investigating the potential of certain streets in the Honor Oak Park area to be preservered for their architectural merit.
Area Profile Report
Date: June 2015 | Source: Planning Aid Technical Support
This report was compiled by Planning Aid volunteers on behalf of the Forum, as part of the technical support consultancy awarded to the Forum in 2014 round of funding. It shows key statistics pertinent to the area.
Draft Vision Workshop Outputs
Date: July 2015 | Source: Planning Aid Technical Support
This report summarises the outcomes of the vision workshop that took place on the 6th June 2015. It was compiled by Planning Aid, who assisted the Forum as part of the Technical Support consultancy offered to the Forum.
Site Assessment Report
Date: August 2015 | Source: AECOM Technical Support
This report was compiled by AECOM as part of the technical support 2015 round, offered to the Forum. It explores and assesses a number of potential sites for future development opportunity in the area.
Collective Response to the Brockley Corridor Streetscape Proposals
Date: June 2015 | Source: HopCroft Forum
This report summarises the Forum's response to the Lewisham's consultation on the Brockley Corridor streetscape proposals.