Historic Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA)
The information below relates to our historical SHLAA information. We have kept these records available on our website for transparency.
As part of the preparation of the evidence base to support the Local Development Framework the council is required to prepare a Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA). The purpose of this document is to examine the potential for housing to be built on any land which might be suitable for development. A first draft was published in February 2009 alongside the Preferred Options Report. We received a number of comments and these have been incorporated into a revised draft which is available to view or download using the links below.
It is important to note that the report does not allocate any land but is merely a technical study. Sites can only be allocated through the Local Development Framework.
- section (historic)
- - Details of outstanding permissions (historic)
- - Details of outstanding Local Plan allocations (historic)
- - Housing trajectory (historic)
- - Details of individual sites studied in the urban capacity (historic)
- - Details of urban extensions studied (historic)
- - Details of individual sites studied in the village capacity (historic)
- - Details on which villages would be able to accommodate up to 200 extra dwellings (historic)
- - Details of individual "suitable" sites (historic)
Last reviewed: 01 - 06 - 2016