Consultation on the St Mary’s Lodge Planning Brief

b6d9c744a696a3d34de30be7a9f2f2e3_ads_imageRegulation 12 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 (as amended)

Public participation on the Draft St Mary’s Lodge Planning Brief Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

A draft Planning Brief to guide the redevelopment of St Mary’s Lodge in Stoke Newington has been published for consultation today. The purpose of the Brief is to ensure that this important locally listed building is preserved and sympathetically restored to its former glory. The Brief puts forward options for the retention of the St Mary’s Lodge building and the development of the wider site.  It is anticipated that the development will be led by a community use, such as education, with potential for residential development to the rear.

Consultation runs from Monday 25th September until Monday 6th November 2017. The draft document can be viewed online and hard copies are available in Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill Libraries and at the Council Service Centre at 1 Hillman Street, Hackney, E8 1DY.

You can comment by:

·         Completing the short online questionnaire

·         Emailing us at or

·         Write to us at London Borough of Hackney, Strategic Planning, 2 Hillman Street, Hackney, E8 1FB.

Comments will help inform the final version of the brief which is due to be adopted at the end of the calendar year. Following adoption, the planning brief will be used when considering planning applications on the site.

We welcome any comments you may wish to make.

Yours faithfully

Ian Rae

Head of Planning

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