Supplementary Planning Document consultation: ‘The Future of Bromley Town Centre’

oval of proposed high-rises compared with oval of nicer ones
comparison of proposed overbearing designs with nicer modern developments (all those developments are in Kent, selling houses in 2020)

This summer the council had a consultation for drawing up a supplementary planning documents for Bromley (and Orpington) town centres.

These guidelines could determine the appearance and height of future developments.

The documents add to, but not change, the policies in the Bromley Local Plan (Local Plans are enforceable 10-year building programmes) .

The responses can be looked at, at the consultation website by Commonplace, here. Under each theme, you press the [Comments] button to see what people said. The consultation closed on the 5th October 2020.

We would like to see it result in appealing good quality, locality-specific proposals in future rather than the androgynous high rises already put forward.

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