City facilities including City Hall are closed to the public. Many services will remain available, but changes have been made to reduce the need for people to leave their home to access services.
The city is currently working with two official plans. The London Plan was adopted by City Council and then approved by the province in December 2016. The London Plan was appealed by numerous parties and remains partially under appeal. When reading the London Plan, policies that are under appeal are contained within a red box. Until the London Plan is fully in force, the 1989 Official Plan is also a relevant planning document. Both plans must be consulted for a full picture of the applicable policy framework. For information about the appeals please visit: https://olt.gov.on.ca/tribunals/lpat/e-status/ LPAT Case No. PL170100.
The 1989 Official Plan consists of three parts:
Schedule A - Land Use, Schedule B1 - Natural Heritage Features, Schedule B2 -Natural Resources and Hazards, Schedule C - Transportation Corridors and Schedule D - Planning Areas
Part C - contains the appendices that support the plan Appendix 1 - Convenience Commercial and Service Stations and Appendix 2 - Noise Exposure Forecast
The 1989 Official Plan will be repealed when the policy appeals to The London Plan are resolved.
For more information or to request 1989 Official Plan maps, please contact City Planning at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-661-4980.