Brent Council is consulting on a revised draft of its supplementary planning document (SPD1) which sets out a number of principles for new development in Brent.
The principles include things such as respecting the character, landscape, streetscape, architectural and historic environment of the area and ensuring new development is of an appropriate size, scale and mass in design which goes well with neighbouring development.
Cllr Shama Tatler, Brent Council’s Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Highways and Planning, said: “We are very much open to new development in Brent and it’s important that new buildings are to the standard and appropriate design that our residents want to see in the borough.
“That’s why this document is so important, as it will set out the principles by which future applications will be judged.
“The document has gone through a process of consultation where earlier feedback has been taken into account and amends made to the version we are seeking views on now, so the opinions given by residents, businesses and developers really do matter and I’d encourage everyone to have their say.”
See more on the Brent website. The consultation closes on Thursday 5 July 2018