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The Mayor of London has opened a public consultation on plans for the future of Old Oak, Park Royal and Wormwood Scrubs, with three drop-in sessions planned during March.

Boris Johnson is consulting the public on the Draft Old Oak and Park Royal Opportunity Area Planning Framework which will be Supplementary Planning Guidance to the London Plan.

The draft framework has been produced by the Greater London Authority with contributions from 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".

Local people are invited to attend the public drop-in sessions to discuss these proposals and provide their views.

The sessions are on:

· Tuesday 10 March, 3:30pm to 8pm – All Souls Church, Harlesden, NW10

· Wednesday 11 March, 8:30am to 10:30am – Holiday Inn Express, North Acton, W3

· Saturday 14 March – 10am to 3pm – Linford Christie Outdoor Sports Centre, Artillery Way, W12

More information on the draft Opportunity Area Planning Framework is available on the Greater London Authority website here.

You can provide your comments either via email to, or in writing to:

Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, (Draft Old Oak & Park Royal OAPF), Greater London Authority, Post Point 18, City Hall, Queens Walk, London SE1 2AA.

Paper copies are available upon request by contacting either of the addresses above. Paper copies of the OAPF are also available to view during normal office hours at the following locations:

· Old Oak Community Centre, Braybook Street, W12

· Harlesden Library, NW10

· City Hall, Queens Walk, London, SE1


March 2, 2015