Strategic Land Availability Assessment (SLAA) Draft Methodology Consultation

Ended on the 4 March 2024
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A Strategic Land Availability Assessment (SLAA) is an essential part of producing a Local Plan. Its purpose is to identify what land is capable of being developed and to assess the constraints and opportunities of developing that land. The SLAA process highlights issues which help inform future decisions regarding the allocation of land for housing, employment and other uses in the emerging Local Plan. The Council will also be assessing sites for green uses, such as biodiversity net gain, open space and country parks. This will be the first time these uses have been included in the assessment.

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