Euston Area Plan


Revised version of the EAP now published

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Proposed Submission EAP
An updated version of the EAP, the proposed submission version, Sustainability Appraisal and accompanying background documents, have been published for review until 5pm on Wednesday 5 March 2014.

The plan has been updated to reflect comments received on the draft version last summer – thank you to everyone who commented at this stage. The main change made to the plan, responding to community concerns, is that it now contains clear illustrations of different potential approaches to station design, with key principles which will be applied to any proposals for station redevelopment. A consultation report is available here.

You can view the plan and documents and fill out our online representation form here  or visit Camden Town and St Pancras libraries to read hard copies during their normal opening hours.

The publication of the proposed submission draft EAP is the opportunity for you to make comments on the plan by making formal representations to the Planning Inspector about the EAP’s “soundness” and legal compliance. Guidance on how to make representations and information on”soundness” and legal compliance is available here: Guidance note on how to make representations

Next steps
Following this publication period, we will send the Plan to the Government for public examination by a Planning Inspector. We will also prepare and send a list of suggested changes to the Plan to respond to representations received. The examination in public is anticipated in the summer, before any final amendments are made subject to the recommendations of the planning inspector.

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  1. Being the political cynic that I am, my feeling is that the powers that be proposing this ‘development’, with all their powerful financial and commercial lobbing that has gone on into this, it is a done deal. Local people don’t fathom in the plans. I hope I am wrong but I doubt it.

    BY Clem Alford January 8th, 2014 at 1:23 pm