London Borough of Redbridge

The London Borough of Redbridge is a local government district in the north-east of Greater London. The borough shares boundaries with the Epping Forest District and the ceremonial county of Essex to the north, with the London Borough of Waltham Forest to the west, the London Borough of Havering to the east, the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham in the south and east, and the London Borough of Newham to the south.

Researcher Senior researcher
London Borough of Redbridge
The London Borough of Redbridge is embarking on a review of its Local Plan 2015-2030 (Adopted in 2018). To deliver on a vision that is relevant to Redbridge and its diverse communities, we will be collaborating closely with our residents, business owners and community groups to set out a compelling vision for the physical development of the borough - promoting the delivery of new homes, jobs, and supporting community infrastructure. The development of the new Local Plan will be an ongoing programme of work that will require flexibility and phasing that will likely continue until 2025, however, it is not anticipated to be a continuous timeline of work. Phase 1, November 2022 – April 2023, will include the production of the final report. The timeline for Phase 2 will be agreed upon throughout Phase 1, however, the Contract end date has been set for 31 December 2025. Phase 2 will stakeholder and community engagement, and additional support throughout Regulation 18 and...
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Consulting - Tender opportunity
Researcher Senior researcher
London Borough of Redbridge
The London Borough of Redbridge is committed to facilitating a thriving local economy that tackles the socio-economic inequalities of communities. This assessment is being commissioned to meet the Council’s duty under statute. Its purpose is to provide a solid base of evidence and analysis of Retail and Commercial Leisure Needs in Redbridge up to 2040, to help the Council and its partners better target their work. This will ensure the prosperity and vitality of the borough’s town centres and ensure the borough remains competitive within its London context. The council invites suitably experienced and qualified consultants to undertake a full update of the 2015 Retail Capacity Assessment of the borough in accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), National Guidance contained in the Planning Practice Guidance (PPG) and the 2021 London Plan. The assessment must also be considerate of the jobs and skills-related objectives of the council’s 2022-26...
Project Type:
Consulting - Tender opportunity