The Dalston Conversation Report

Over the past year the Council has been talking to people that live, work and visit the Dalston area about issues that are important to them. Following these conversations, we have used the comments and ideas which are set out in the Dalston Conversation report (see https://dalstonplan.commonplace.is/), in addition to a range of studies to draw up issues and objectives to help develop a Dalston Plan which will set out what the area will look like in the future and help guide and manage future development, including a new Crossrail 2 station.

This is the first stage of putting together the Dalston Plan, so we want to make sure that we have the objectives right before we progress to developing the final document. The objectives include:

  • Green space and open space

  • Shopping and town centre

  • Ridley Road

  • Transport and movement

  • Buildings

  • Workspace and employment

  • Housing

  • Culture, evening and night time economy

  • Inclusive and safe environment

This consultation is your opportunity to tell us what you think about the key issues and objectives for the Dalston Plan moving forward, and let us know if we have missed anything out. We will be holding local events to talk to you and get your feedback.

How to have your say

To view the key issues and objectives, and to have your say on the objectives, visit: https://dalstonplan.commonplace.is/

Further information and supporting documents are also available at: www.hackney.gov.uk/dalston-spd

Alternatively you can have your say by:

  1. Visiting CLR James Library and complete a paper copy questionnaire www.hackney.gov.uk/libraries

  2. Emailing your comments to planmaking@hackney.gov.uk

  3. Attending one of our information drop-in sessions:

CLR James Library, Dalston Square, Dalston, London E8 3BQ

  • Tuesday 11 February, 4pm – 8pm

  • Wednesday 12 February, 4pm – 8pm

Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, 13 Dalston Lane, Dalston, London E8 3DF

  • Saturday 15 February, 12am – 3pm

The consultation closes on the 13th of March 2020.

If you would like further information please visit www.hackney.gov.uk/dalston-spd or contact the Strategic Planning Team at planmaking@hackney.gov.uk / 020 8356 8084.

If you no longer wish to receive updates about Hackney Planning Policy, or wish to amend your details, please let us know by emailing planmaking@hackney.gov.uk or phoning the Strategic Planning Team on 020 8356 8084.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,

Blanka Hay  

Senior Delivery Planner 
Strategic Planning Team
Planning Service
London Borough of Hackney

Email: Blanka.Hay@Hackney.gov.uk
Tel: 020 8356 6826
www.Hackney.gov.uk

I Y Hackney

 
Please note I do not work on Thursdays

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(see https://dalstonplan.commonplace.is/), in addition to a range of studies to draw up issues and objectives to help develop a Dalston Plan which will set out what the area will look like in the future and help guide and manage future development, including a new Crossrail 2 station.

This is the first stage of putting together the Dalston Plan, so we want to make sure that we have the objectives right before we progress to developing the final document. The objectives include:

  • Green space and open space

  • Shopping and town centre

  • Ridley Road

  • Transport and movement

  • Buildings

  • Workspace and employment

  • Housing

  • Culture, evening and night time economy

  • Inclusive and safe environment

This consultation is your opportunity to tell us what you think about the key issues and objectives for the Dalston Plan moving forward, and let us know if we have missed anything out. We will be holding local events to talk to you and get your feedback.

How to have your say

To view the key issues and objectives, and to have your say on the objectives, visit: https://dalstonplan.commonplace.is/

Further information and supporting documents are also available at: www.hackney.gov.uk/dalston-spd

Alternatively you can have your say by:

  1. Visiting CLR James Library and complete a paper copy questionnaire www.hackney.gov.uk/libraries

  2. Emailing your comments to planmaking@hackney.gov.uk

  3. Attending one of our information drop-in sessions:

CLR James Library, Dalston Square, Dalston, London E8 3BQ

  • Tuesday 11 February, 4pm – 8pm

  • Wednesday 12 February, 4pm – 8pm

Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, 13 Dalston Lane, Dalston, London E8 3DF

  • Saturday 15 February, 12am – 3pm

The consultation closes on the 13th of March 2020.

If you would like further information please visit www.hackney.gov.uk/dalston-spd or contact the Strategic Planning Team at planmaking@hackney.gov.uk / 020 8356 8084.

If you no longer wish to receive updates about Hackney Planning Policy, or wish to amend your details, please let us know by emailing planmaking@hackney.gov.uk or phoning the Strategic Planning Team on 020 8356 8084.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,

Blanka Hay  

Senior Delivery Planner 
Strategic Planning Team
Planning Service
London Borough of Hackney

Email: Blanka.Hay@Hackney.gov.uk
Tel: 020 8356 6826
www.Hackney.gov.uk

I Y Hackney

 
Please note I do not work on Thursdays

Disclaimers apply, for full details see: https://hackney.gov.uk/email-disclaimer
This message was sent to the group stokenewington@hackney-caac.org.uk
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