West London Small Sites Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) – Stakeholder Survey


West London Small Sites Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) – Stakeholder Survey

Troy Planning + Design has been appointed to assist the West London Alliance in assessing the draft London Plan’s proposals to increase the delivery of housing on ‘small sites’ and introduce specific targets for this type of development. The seven boroughs (Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon, and Hounslow) have agreed to use existing development stakeholder contacts details and incorporate stakeholder engagement as a valuable part of this assessment. The consultant team would be extremely grateful if you could complete an online survey regarding small sites, following the link below. For those who cannot access the online survey, a PDF version of the survey is attached (which once completed should be emailed to info@troyplanning.com). All answers provided will be analyzed and reported anonymously.

Link to online survey → FILL OUT FORM

[The full link is provided at the end of this email if the link above does not work].

The draft London Plan defines small sites as those below 0.25 hectares / 0.6 acres. The proposed targets for each London borough for a 10-year period 2019-2029 form part of draft Policy H2. The draft London Plan can be found here → Click me

The purpose of the assessment is to assess both the overall capacity for development and factors affecting delivery on small sites in the context of West London. Input from the development sector will help to illustrate existing patterns of activity and the levels of output currently delivered on small sites. Information on the key opportunities and barriers to development will be valuable in identifying the most effective mechanisms to support the development of small sites and assessing the achievability of the draft London Plan’s proposals. The outcomes of the study will be used to inform any reviews of the boroughs’ Local Plans.

It would be appreciated if you could complete the survey by 24 August 2018.

Should you have any queries regarding the survey or study generally, please contact either the sender of this email or Jon Goodall (Troy Planning + Design) at info@troyplanning.com.

Full link to survey: Google Docs

Regards

 

 

 

Planning Policy & Projects Manager
Regeneration & Environment
Brent Council
www.brent.gov.uk

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