SHELAA & 5 Year Housing Land Supply
Strategic Housing & Economic Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA)
The SHELAA is an evidence base document which contains sites that have been suggested for housing or employment development, including self build or custom build plots.
The SHELAA contains details of all sites that have been suggested to us, irrespective of any land designations that may apply, and assesses the likely capacity, notes constraints and will give estimates of likely timescales for development where appropriate. The SHELAA does not allocate sites, but is an important source of information that will be used in our Local Plan review to identify the most suitable sites to be taken forward in the future.
*Brownfield Register - Now Published *
5 Year Supply - as at 31st March 2018
If you wish to put a site forward for inclusion in the SHELAA, then please complete a form and send it to the Local Plans Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
The SHELAA has been updated for 2018 in line with revised guidance and has been developed with input from developers, planning and land agents, housebuilders and other local authorities.
It is important that the maps are read in conjunction with the information in Appendix 6 as the maps show all sites suggested to us, but not all of those sites have been assessed as suitable for development.
Use of this data is subject to terms and conditions.
For further information about the SHELAA please contact email@example.com or telephone 09102 696000.
The Strategic Planning Team manages and maintains a register of persons who have an interest in local planning documents (Local Plan Database); those who wish to register land for future development on our Self and Custom Build Register and/or Strategic Housing and Employment Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA); and regarding Empty Properties. In order to do this in an effective way we will need to collect and use personal information about you. For more information about how we process this data see Strategic Planning Team - Data Protection.
Telephone: (01902) 696000