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Lambeth produced CLIP based on social and economic evidence about the makeup of our community.

Results of surveys and interviews undertaken by Lambeth Council between November 2016 and February 2017

Report produced by Regeneris, commissioned by Lambeth Council.

A PLAN FOR WEST NORWOOD AND TULSE HILL (Regeneris) NOVEMBER 2016

NPA requested a copy of the resulting report from Regeneris supplied to the council.  The report was eventually supplied to NPA but is not otherwise available.  NPA has submitted Freedom of Information requests for further evidence and reports.  The summary of the report produced by the council can be viewed here.

SUMMARY REPORT ON A PLAN FOR WEST NORWOOD AND TULSE HILL (REGENERIS)

This is a summary report produced by Lambeth Council for the Regeneris Plan.

ODDR VISIONING WEST NORWOOD & TULSE HILL (Lambeth Council) 5 JANUARY 2016

Following consultation with councillors, the council commissioned a £140,000 contract with Regeneris to consult the public on a plan for Norwood's regeneration, including a "refreshed Masterplan".  Neighbourhood planning was noted in the report as a possible risk.  NAG, the Norwood Forum and the Norwood  Planning Assembly fully cooperated with the consultation activity and urged public engagement.  There were over 500 responses to the "Commonplace" online map.

NAG RESPONSE TO LAMBETH PLAN 25 APRIL 2013

The Norwood Action Group made an eight page submission to the Inspector's Examination of the draft Lambeth borough plan and gave oral evidence at a hearing on 8 July 2014.  NAG argued that both the Norwood section of the Lambeth plan and the 2008 Norwood Masterplan were out of date and deeply flawed.  NAG advocated a commitment be made to neighbourhood planning in Norwood.  The Inspector agreed and a section was inserted in the Norwood part of the Lambeth Plan (which is now official policy). that “The council would welcome the bringing forward of a neighbourhood plan in the area and will work with local groups to progress this”.

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