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Housing Capacity Study

Status: Published

Author: Scott Wilson

Date: 2004 (Published February 2007)

Introduction

The purpose of a Housing Capacity Study is to identify land within urban areas that may be developed for residential purpose and thereby reduce the pressure to allocate new greenfield sites. The study has a base date of April 2004 considers the period 2001 - 2021.

The study was prepared by consultants  on behalf of the Council following the brief that is available for download below. The original contract to Chesterton was taken over by Scott Wilson in accord with a novation agreement.

The information within the Housing Capacity Study is subject to review through the preparation of the Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA).

Download

You can download below a copy of the Housing Capacity Study and supporting materials. Please be aware that due to the size of the document it has been split into several downloadable sections.

Housing Capacity Study Final Report

Supporting Materials

Further Information

If you would like further information on the study or the housing land supply situation for the District please feel free to get in touch with the Planning Policy Team.