The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) is a technical document that helps to identify a supply of potentially suitable sites for housing. The SHLAA forms an important part of the evidence base supporting the preparation of Development Plan Documents (DPDs). Inclusion of a site in the SHLAA does not indicate that a site will be granted planning permission or allocated for development.
All site submissions to be considered through the SHLAA process should be made on the following form:-
The SHLAA reports to date have been undertaken in accordance with the Methodology prepared for the Exeter Housing Market Area.
A new methodology has been developed and will be used for future SHLAA work.
SHLAA Interactive Map
The 2012 SHLAA report has been completed.
The following documents include sites that were assessed / reassessed by the SHLAA Panel:
- New Sites
- Previously undevelopable sites with new information
- Previously developable in 2009 and resubmitted in 2012
- Previously undevelopable resubmitted with no new information
The 2011 SHLAA has been completed and the SHLAA Report February 2011 is available.
Please note that many of the sites considered in the first SHLAA have not been put forward for consideration in the SHLAA review. The 2011 SHLAA Database contains comments and supporting information on site assessments.
The 2010 SHLAA has been completed and the SHLAA Report April 2010 is available. A schedule of the sites considered in the first SHLAA may be viewed together with a schedule showing sites found to be deliverable or developable. The 2010 SHLAA Database contains comments and supporting information on site assessments.