June 30, 2018 / By admin
Herefordshire Council calls for landowners who may have sites for possible future housing development
The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) is one of a number of evidence based and supporting studies produced or commissioned by local councils to inform the preparation of the new planning policy relating to housing delivery. Local Plans set out the planning policies to guide development in local areas and define the use of the land in a district, usually over a 15 to 20 year period
The SHLAA is a technical assessment of the potential suitability, availability and achievability of sites for housing development.
Herefordshire Council currently has a call for sites under its SHLAA process.
The areas where the Council would like to progress more housing, and is therefore seeking potential sites, are located within the following areas:
Aston Ingham, Allensmore, Bringsty, Brockhampton, Bromsash, Bush Bank, Cobhall Common, Coddington, Combe Moor, Didley, Dilwyn, Eastnor, Edwyn Ralph, Glewstone, Goodrich, Gorsley, Kilpeck, Kingsthorne, Kinnersley, Kinsham, Letton, Linton (Ross-on-Wye) Mathon, Monkland, Much Birch, Much Cowarne, Much Dewchurch, Norton Canon, Pipe & Lyde, Weonards, Stapleton, Stoke Cross, Stoke Edith, Stoke Lacy, Upper Hill, Winnal, Wormbridge and Wormelow.
If you have land in any of the above areas and would like to find out more about what is involved in progressing land under the SHLAA process, do please contact us at the office quoting SHLAA or emailing us at SHLAA@rraarchitects.com and one of our team will be more than happy to assist you.