Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework (2015)
The Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework (OAPF) was adopted by the Mayor on 4th November 2015. The OAPF is Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) to the Mayor’s London Plan (2015). The framework has been produced by the Greater London Authority with contributions from Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), Transport for London and the London Boroughs of Brent, Ealing and Hammersmith & Fulham.
The framework sets out an ambitious vision and planning guidance to capitalise on future transport improvements to deliver transformative change at Old Oak, regeneration of Park Royal and continue the protection of Wormwood Scrubs.
The adopted Opportunity Area Planning Framework and its supporting documents are available on the below links:
The document has also been split into individual contents sections:
The final supporting documents for the OAPF will be uploaded in this section w/c 16 October.
- all comments received as part of the consultation - Old Oak and Park Royal OAPF - Consultation Summary Report (May 2015)
- a statement in response to the comments
- a version of the framework highlighting the changes made as a result of the consultation
- a version of the first draft Old Oak and Park Royal OAPF
Vision for Old Oak (2013)
In 2013, the Mayor, Transport for London (TfL), plus the London Boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham, Brent and Ealing consulted on the Vision for Old Oak - which sought views on a 30 year vision for development around the planned Old Oak Common station. The document and consultation responses have been used to inform the Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework (2015). You can view the Vision and consultation responses here:
Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework (2011)
The Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework was adopted by the Mayor in 2011. The document will eventually be superseded by the Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework (2015), upon its adoption later this year. It is available here: