Housing supply (Adur)
Five Year Housing Land Supply calculation following publication of the Housing Delivery Test results in February 2020.
The revised National Planning Policy Framework (2019) introduced the Housing Delivery Test against which housing delivery will now be measured. The Housing Delivery Test measures housing delivery over the last three years (2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19) against the adopted housing requirement for the same period. There are transition arrangements in place for the period up to November 2020:
- 85%-95% delivery – an Action Plan is to be created to assess the causes of under delivery and how to increase it
- 25% - 85% delivery – a 20% buffer of additional land must be added
- Under 25% delivery – the presumption in favour is engaged
The 2019 results were published by the Government on 13th February 2020 and apply from the date following their publication. Adur District Council has delivered 56% of its housing delivery target and has failed the test.
The Council has therefore updated its five year housing land supply calculation (also included within the Annual Monitoring Report published in December 2019) to include a 20% buffer.
The revised five year housing land supply calculation can be found here:
This Housing Implementation Strategy was prepared to support the Adur Local Plan 2011-2032, in accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework (paragraph 47).
It sets out the Council's proposed approach to managing the delivery of housing over the Local Plan period 2011-2032 in order to support the housing delivery target of 3718 dwellings.
The document includes the housing trajectory, identifies the sources of housing supply for the Plan period and the five year housing land supply position as at 1st April 2016 for housing completions and commitments and the position at 31st October 2016 for the Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment.
The document has a base date of 31st October 2016.
The document can be viewed below:
What is a SHLAA?
Government guidance set out in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) requires all Councils to assess the amount of land available for housing development and publish the results in the form of a Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA).
The primary role of the Assessment is to:
- Identify sites with the potential for housing
- Assess their housing potential
- Assess when they are likely to be developed
The completed study forms part of the evidence base for Local Development Framework preparation and also the starting point for an annual monitoring of housing land availability.
A site's inclusion in the Assessment does not imply that it will be made available for housing. The SHLAA is a technical study and not a policy document. Its purpose is to identify possible housing sites and assess overall housing potential. Decisions on which sites should be brought forward for development will be determined through the Local Development Framework process.
The SHLAA will be updated annually in December as part of the Council's Annual Monitoring Report. If you wish to submit a site to be considered for the next SHLAA update, please complete the Sites Assessment form below and return it (to the address on the form) by 1st April.
- Call for Sites response form - Brownfield Land Register Part 1 - SHLAA - to type into (41KB)
- Call for Sites response form - Brownfield Land Register Part 1 - SHLAA - to hand write (95KB)
Adur & Worthing Councils consulted on an updated methodology early in 2020. This included amendments to reflect the updated NPPF 2019 and the updated SHLAA guidance published by the Government.
Responses received, and changes made, can be viewed in Appendix 1
- Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) Methodology - August 2020 (424KB)
- Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) Methodology - August 2020 - Appendices 1 and 2 (100KB)
Responses received in respect of the Call for Sites 2020 are currently being assessed and an updated SHLAA will be published in early 2021.
The Council undertook a 'Call for Sites' in early 2020.
The Council is currently considering comments received.
The SHLAA will be updated as part of the Council's Annual Monitoring Report. The latest SHLAA update can be viewed below:
The SHLAA will be updated annually in December as part of the Councils Annual Monitoring Report. The SHLAA 2019 Update can be viewed below:
The SHLAA will be updated annually in December as part of the Councils Annual Monitoring Report. The SHLAA 2018 Update can be viewed below:
The SHLAA will be updated annually in December as part of the Councils Annual Monitoring Report. The SHLAA 2017 Update can be viewed below:
The SHLAA will be updated annually in December (with a 1st April base date) as part of the Council's Annual Monitoring Report.
However, the Adur Local Plan will be examined for its soundness by an independent Inspector, commencing 31st January 2017. In order to provide the most up to date position on all SHLAA sites, the Adur SHLAA 2016 Update has a base date of 31st October 2016. This document can be viewed below:
Representations received on this update are summarised here:
The full representations can also be viewed below:
- Boyer (54,988KB)
- EMR - European Metal Recycling (192KB)
- Highways England (141KB)
- Historic England (151KB)
- Natural England (475KB)
- Resident (1) (17KB)
- Resident (2) (23KB)
The SHLAA 2015 Update can be viewed below:
Following changes to the planning system at national level, a full review of the Adur SHLAA 2009 was published:
As part of the evidence base for the Emerging Draft Local Plan, an update was provided to reflect current circumstances on sites and to add any new sites the Council had been made aware of since the publication of the SHLAA. This update can be viewed at the following within the Background Evidence Document.
This should be read alongside the published SHLAA 2009 (below), which formed part of the background evidence to the Draft Adur Local Plan.
Note: This has been superseded by, but should be read alongside, the Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) Update 2012 above.
For further information about the SHLAA please contact the Planning Policy team.
SHLAA 2009 Reports and Documents
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Stage 7 - Site Assessment Final Report (315KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 1 - Site assessment criteria (38KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 2 - Sites with planning permission (45KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 3 - Rejected sites within settlements (40KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 4 - Sites with potential within settlements (9,081KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 5 - Site yield summary table (39KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 6 - Rejected sites outside settlements (36KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 7 - Sites with future potential outside settlements (6,123KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 8 - Settlement maps and all sites assessed (10,116KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 9 - Landscape appraisal (82KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Appendix 10 - Sources of housing potential by settlement (42KB)
- Adur SHLAA 2009 - Methodology (33KB)
From the 1st of April 2013 the South Downs National Park Authority will directly receive all new SHLAA site submissions within its area.
The details on how to submit a SHLAA site within the South Downs National Park can be found by searching for SHLAA on the South Downs National Park Authority's website.
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Page last updated: 25 February 2021