Housing Land Supply 2016

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) requires Local Planning Authorities to identify and maintain an up-to date five year supply of deliverable housing sites.

The Council has updated its housing land supply information, as at 1 April 2016. This information includes the following:-

  • An overall summary of the housing land requirement and supply position for the Local Plan period 2011-2028, as well as specifically for the 5 year period 2016-2021;
  • Actual build rates between 2008-2016 and projected build rates between 2016-2028; and
  • A detailed trajectory showing projections for build rates on large housing sites (10 dwellings or more dwellings) between 2016-2028, highlighting projected totals over the 5 year period 2016-2021.

The information can be viewed via the following links:

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