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People urged to have their say on the draft City Plan


Healthwatch City of London is urging residents to have their say on the draft City Plan 2036.

The City of London Corporation is consulting on their plan which sets out its vision, strategy and objectives for the Square Mile.

Residents can read the document online and send in their responses to localplan@cityoflondon.gov.uk. The City is also running a number of consultation meetings in February.

Residents have until 28 February 2019 to contribute their views.

Chapters in the plan cover a huge range of topics including building and infrastructure developments, planning strategy, traffic management, open and green spaces and air quality.

Gail Beer, chair of Healthwatch City of London, urged residents to have their say because the proposed City Plan had 'many impacts' on the health and wellbeing of residents and workers.

'It’s important that we make sure the local community express their views. Healthwatch is one way of doing just that, so we would like to encourage you to contribute to the consultation either as an individual or by contacting us before the 28 February deadline.' Gail added.

Consultation meetings on the draft City Plan

Monday 18 February, 12 noon to 2pm, All Hallows by the Tower Church, Byward Street, ECR 5BJ
Tuesday 26 February,12 noon to 2pm, Museum of London, 150 London Wall, EC2Y 5HN
Wednesday 27 February, 12 noon to 2pm, Kahaila Aldgate, Portsoken Pavilion, 1 Aldgate Square, EC3N 1AF

Draft City Plan and more information on how to respond



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