The Hounslow Local Plan was adopted on 15th September 2015 by Hounslow Borough Council. Until 2030, it will form part of the planning framework of the borough.
View the Local Plan:
Read the inspectors’ report:
Local Plan - policies map
View the interactive map of the Local Plan policy areas.
Please note as of May 2018 we are in the process of updating the Flood Risk Mapping on the Interactive Map – applicants should use the new SFRA web portal in the meantime.
Download the PDF maps:
Local Plan - evidence base
Find reports and evidence base information that relate to the Local Plan
Authority Monitoring Reports (AMR)
The council monitors the performance of the Local Plan, the results of which are published in the Authority's Monitoring Reports (AMR), as required by the Localism Act 2011.
This includes statistics about house building and affordable housing:
* Please note: Document has been amended to resolve clerical errors in Phase 2 of trajectory as of 10/07/2018
Brownfield Land Register
Hounslow's Brownfield Register can be found on the Hounslow Datastore.
Self Build Register
You can sign up for Hounslow's Self Build Register on the Self Build Register Page
Developer Contributions Information
In accordance with the requirements, the Planning Contributions Data can be found on the Developer Contributions reporting page.
Planning policy consultation
The Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) sets out our approach for involving the community in the preparation and revision of local development documents and planning applications.
West London Waste Plan
Prepared jointly by the six west London boroughs of Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hounslow, Hillingdon, Richmond upon Thames and the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation, the West London Waste Plan sets out a strategy for the sustainable management of waste arising in the area over a 17-year period up to 2031. Forming part of the Local Plan, this development plan document provides an up-to-date policy framework to assess planning applications for waste management facilities across the six west London boroughs and the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation. The plan principally sets out to identify and safeguard sufficient sites for waste management facilities in the area to satisfy the waste apportionment targets established in the adopted London Plan.
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Spatial Planning & Infrastructure Team
Housing, Planning & Regulatory Services
London Borough of Hounslow
7 Bath Road