Unitary Development Plan (UDP)

Bromley's UDP was 'adopted' on 20 July 2006. A number of policies in the UDP expired on 20 July 2009. The remaining policies continue to be saved as part of the Development Plan. You can view a schedule of UDP expired policies.


You can view the adopted UDP Written Statement and an interactive version of the UDP Proposals Map. These maps show if there are any designations applying to a site. In all cases, whether a site is subject to a designation or not, numerous other policies not associated with specific designations may also be relevant, depending on the nature of the development proposed.

It should be noted that Conservation Areas are created outside the Local Plan process and undergo a different form of consultation; consequently these can change (normally new areas being created) during the life of the Local Plan. For further information please see Conservation Areas.

Printed copies of both the UDP Written Statement and the Proposals Maps are available for inspection in all of the borough's libraries and the Civic Centre. Copies of these documents can be purchased by contacting us. The Written Statement costs £16.60 (£11.30 if a resident of the borough) and the Proposals Map is £22.35 (postage and packing is included in both cases).

The additional adopted Supplementary Planning Guidance documents which should be read in conjunction with the UDP policies where appropriate:

Also relevant to the UDP are the annual monitoring reports and five year housing supply:

·         Annual monitoring reports and five year housing supply