Consultations are held before and after planning applications are submitted.Pre-application consultations
The ODA applies for planning permission from the independent ODA Planning Decisions Team (PDT). Before it does this the ODA holds a consultation to get your views. These are called pre-application consultations.
The PDT processes all planning applications relating to the Olympic Park and other venues. It then makes recommendations to the final independent decision maker - the ODA Planning Committee. In this way, your feedback could influence and form part of the planning submission.
Olympic and Paralympic
There are currently no formal consultations regarding the Olympic and Paralympic Route Network
However, London 2012 is currently holding drop-in sessions to explain
the temporary changes that will operate along the ORN and PRN in the
area in Royal Holloway around the Egham Rowing and Canoe Sprint Village,
before these changes are implemented. Read more.
Our Greenwich Park consultation closed at the end of October 2009. For more information, go to our Greenwich Park mini-site for full details of plans.
Read more about the Earls Court consultation.
After a planning application has been submitted the PDT holds another consultation. These are called post-application consultations.
They involve consultation that the PDT as the planning authority is obliged to carry out as well as other activity such as briefings for local community groups and public 'drop-in' sessions.
You can read about post-application consultations on the ODA PDT website
There are various ways in which you can find out more and feed back your views on these planning applications: