Frequently Asked Questions
- What is ReThink London?
- Who is leading ReThink London?
- How long will the process take?
- How will the community be involved in ReThink London?
- How will the community’s input be used?
- Who can I contact for more information?
- What is a Master Plan?
- Has London had a Master Plan in the past?
- What similar projects are currently underway in London?
ReThink London will be the city’s new Master Plan. It will set the goals and priorities that will influence the development of the city for years to come. For more information, visit the Project Overview page
The City of London’s Planning Department, under the direction of City Council, is leading the development of ReThink London. However, the outcomes of the process are being driven by the members of the London community.
Developing ReThink London will take approximately one year, and will last until May 2013. Find out more about the project process.
The London community will be extensively involved in ReThink London. The ReThink London team will be hosting several events, have a presence at community events and in popular public spaces, and will make use of social media and have an engaging online presence – all in an effort to involve as many Londoners as possible.
The community’s input will be used to develop a vision for the city and set the goals and priorities for ReThink London. This will influence the way that London develops for the next 20 years and beyond.
You can contact the City of London’s Planning Department at any of the following:
- Directly through website
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 519-661-4980
- Twitter: @rethinkldn
The ReThink London master plan will contain policies that will shape of the future of the City of London over time. Specifically, it outlines how land will be used in the City. The master plan will be prepared with input from you and others in your community and will ensure that future planning and development will meet the specific needs of London.
Yes, the City of London’s Official Plan (1991) is its current Master Plan.
On December 12th, 2012, ReThink London hosted an event with Brent Toderian - a nationally and internationally known practitioner with over 20 years of experience in advanced urbanism, city planning and urban design. Check out the video below!