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  1. Introduction
  2. Background to the Plan

Part One

  3. General strategy and Part One policies

Part Two

  4. The reasons for the Council's strategy
  5. Environment
  6. Housing
  7. Employment and economic activity
  8. Traffic and transportation
    Annex 1 - Parking policy standards
  9. Shopping and town centres
  10. Tourism and leisure
  11. Bexleyheath Town Centre
  12. Thames-side
  13. Community services
  14 Minerals and waste processing
  15. Monitoring and review

Maps and plans

  4.1 Context diagram
  7.1 Crayford Industrial Area
  9.1 Sidcup - Major district centre
  9.2 Crayford - Major district centre
  9.3 Erith - Major district centre
  9.4 Welling - Major district centre
  9.5 Blackfen - District centre
  9.6 Belvedere - District centre
  9.7 Northumberland Heath - District centre
  9.8 Old Bexley - District centre
  11.1 Bexleyheath – Strategic centre
  12.1 Thames Policy Area
  12.2 Erith Riverside Redevelopment areas referred to in Policy TS21
    Lesnes Abbey Woods Nature Reserve
    Danson Park Bog Garden Nature Reserve
    Foots Cray Meadows Nature Reserve
    Crossness Nature Reserve
  K. Controlled Parking Zones

Design and Development Control guidelines

  1. New residential development
  2. Extensions to houses
  3. Residential conversions
  4. Considerate design for the less agile
  5. Highways considerations in Development Control
  6. Erith Riverside
  7. Shopfronts and advertisements
  8. Industrial and commercial development
  9. Temporary planning permissions
  10. Playspace provision in new developments


  A Glossary
  B Local Nature Reserves
  C Areas and Sites of Nature Conservation
  D1 Statutorily listed buildings
  D2 Locally listed buildings
  D3 Scheduled ancient monuments
  D4 Registered historic parks and gardens
  E Conservation Areas
  F1 Housing provision in Bexley (April 2004)
  F2 Housing proposals schedule
  F3 Residential Areas of Special Character
  G Neighbourhood Centres
  H Hierarchy of public open space
  I Business land provision
  J Additional uses for which Policy E13 applies
  K Existing and proposed Controlled Parking Zones
  L Key indicators and targets for the UDP
  M Index to policies by subject
Policy list
Policy text

Appendix J: Additional uses in SIZ's (Policy E13)

  1. Use for any of the following processes, except where the process is ancillary to the getting, dressing or treatment of minerals and is carried on in or adjacent to a quarry or mine:

    1. burning bricks or pipes;
    2. burning lime or dolomite;
    3. producing zinc oxide, cement or alumina;
    4. foaming, crushing, screening or heating minerals or slag;
    5. processing pulverized fuel ash by heat;
    6. producing carbonate of lime or hydrated lime;
    7. producing inorganic pigments by calcining, roasting or grinding.
  2. Use for any of the following processes, except where the process is ancillary to the getting, dressing or treatment of minerals and is carried on in or adjacent to a quarry or mine:

    1. smelting, calcining, sintering or reducing ores, minerals, concentrates or matters;
    2. converting, refining, re-heating, annealing, hardening, melting, carburising, forging or casting metals or alloys other than pressure die-casting;
    3. recovering metal from scrap or dross or ashes;
    4. galvanising;
    5. pickling or treating metals in acid;
    6. chromium planting.
  3. Use for any of the following processes:

    1. distilling, refining or blending oils (other than petroleum or petroleum products);
    2. producing or using cellulose or using other pressure sprayed metal finishes (other than vehicle repair workshops in connection with minor repairs, or in the use of fluidised bed and electrostatic spray techniques);
    3. boiling linseed oil or running gum;
    4. processes involving the use of hot pitch or bitumen (except the use of bitumen in the manufacture of roofing felt at temperatures not exceeding 220 degrees centigrade and also the manufacture of coated roadstone);
    5. producing rubber from scrap;
    6. producing aliphatic esters of the lower fatty acids, butyric acid, caramel, hexamine, iodoform, napthols, resin products (excluding plastic moulding or extrusion operations and producing plastic sheets, rods, tubes, filaments, fibres or optical components produced by casting, calendering, moulding, shaping or extrusion), salicylic acid or sulphonated organic compounds;
    7. producing rubber from scrap;
    8. chemical processes in which chlorphenols or chlorcresols are used as intermediates;
    9. manufacturing acetylene from calcium carbide;
    10. manufacturing, recovering or using pyridine or picolines, any methyl or ethyl amine or acrylates.
  4. Use for carrying on any of the following industries, businesses or:

    1. boiling blood, chitterlings, nettlings or soap;
    2. boiling, burning, grinding or steaming bones;
    3. boiling or cleaning tripe;
    4. breeding maggots from putrescible animal matter;
    5. cleaning, adapting or treating animal hair;
    6. curing fish;
    7. dealing in rags and bones (including receiving, storing, sorting or manipulating rags in, or likely to become in, an offensive condition, or any bones, rabbit skins, fat or putrescible animal products of a similar nature);
    8. dressing or scraping fish skins;
    9. drying skins;
    10. making manure from bones, fish, offal, blood, spent hops, beans or other putrescible animal or vegetable matter.
    11. making or scraping of guts;
    12. manufacturing animal charcoal, blood albumen, candles, catgut, glue, fish oil, size or feeding stuff for animals or poultry from meat, fish, blood, bone, feathers, fat or animal offal either in an offensive condition or subjected to any process causing noxious or injurious effluvia;
    13. melting, refining or extracting fat or tallow;
    14. preparing skins for working.