By Marcus Leach
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has published the Inspectorate’s Examination in Public (EIP) Report into the draft London Plan, which carefully looked at each of the Mayor’s proposed policies for the future development of the capital.
At the same time, the Mayor has sent a draft of his new London Plan to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. Subject to Ministerial approval, the final plan, which will be more focussed than the current version, will be published in the summer.
"The London Plan sets out my blueprint for delivering a cleaner, greener, more beautiful and thriving capital ensuring it remains the best big city in the world to live, work and invest in," Johnson said.
"I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the mammoth task in producing my London Plan, and particularly the panel team for their comprehensive scrutiny of the detail and their valuable feedback."
The London Plan sets out the Mayor’s planning framework for London, which aims to promote an attractive, well designed and greener city.