Small Sites in London


London Legacy Development Corporation

London Legacy Development Corporation is a Mayoral Development Corporation.

Facts & Figures

Planning Constraints

Planning Constraints Map

London Plan Small Sites Policy H2

Town Centre Boundaries

Green Belt

Conservation Area

TfL Station

Other Station

Green Belt & Open Land

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London Plan Targets

London Legacy Development Corporation's 10 year housing target in the currently adopted 2015 London Plan was 14,711. This was increased to to 21,610 in the 2018 draft replacement ("Examination in Public") version of the London Plan.

In the Intend to Publish version of the new London Plan, this target has been revised to 21,540; a reduction of 0.32%.

11 14,711 2015 Current London Plan
10 year housing target

12 21,610 2018 "Examination in Public" London Plan
10 year housing target

8 21,540 2019 "Intend to Publish" London Plan
10 year housing target. (Table 4.1 in the "Intend to Publish" version of the new London Plan)

31 0.32% Reduction in total housing targets
Comparison between ITP and EIP targets (percentage change)

46.90% Change in housing targets, 2015 London Plan to 2018 Examination in Public London Plan

5 -70 Total Change in Housing Targets
Difference between 2018 'Examination in Public' version of the London Plan and the 2019 'Intend to Publish' version.

Small Sites

In the 2018 draft replacement London Plan, London Legacy Development Corporation's housing target for small sites (below 0.25Ha) was 800—3.70% of its total requirement. In the Intend to Publish version of the plan this has been changed to 730 which is a reduction of 8.75%.

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33 800 2018 "Examination in Public" London Plan
10 year small sites housing target

34 730 2019 "Intend to Publish" London Plan
10 year small sites housing target. (Table 4.2 in the "Intend to Publish" version of the new London Plan)

34 3.39% 2019 "Intend to Publish" London Plan
Percentage of homes to be delivered on small sites

29 8.75% Reduction in Small Sites targets
Comparison between ITP and EIP targets

-70 Reduction in Small Sites Targets
Total reduction in quantity of homes to be delivered on small sites between EIP and ITP versions of the plan

Housing Delivery Test

London Legacy Development Corporation's required number of new homes between 2016 and 2019 was 4,415. In this period it actually delivered 3,032 new homes, resulting in a Housing Delivery Test measurement of 69%.

London Legacy Development Corporation will now need to revisit its local plan to identify a 20% 'buffer' of additional land within its five-year housing pipeline.

2018 Results

2019 Results

None

Action Plan

Buffer

Presumption in Favour of Sustainable Development

Note that the above maps exclude both Mayoral Development Corporations for clarity. See the ranking tables below for the performance of these entities.

28 68.67% NPPF Housing Delivery Test 2019: Score
Percentage of homes delivered compared to number required, for period 2016-19 inclusive, as described by NPPF Housing Delivery Test

10 4,415 NPPF Housing Delivery Test 2018: Number Required
Total number of new homes required in period 2015-2018, as defined by the government's 2018 Housing Delivery Test measurements

4 32.34% Change in Housing Delivery Test Results 2018 to 2019
Percentage change in results between 2018 - 2019

20 2,291 NPPF Housing Delivery Test 2018: Number Achieved
Total number of new homes achieved in period 2015-2018, as defined by the government's 2018 Housing Delivery Test measurements

51.89% NPPF Housing Delivery Test 2018: Score
Percentage of homes delivered compared to target

204.97% Comparison of Housing Delivery Test (required) / London Plan Housing Targets (2019 ITP)
Percentage of homes required to be delivered under the 2018 Housing Delivery Test (four year period, from 2015-2018 inclusive) compared to the Intend to Publish version of the London Plan (annualised figures for four year period).

Planning Policy

15 21 July 2015 Local Plan - Date of Adoption
Date of current (or at least, most recent) Local Plan adoption, based on Planning Inspectorate information. See source for date

59 Months since Local Plan adoption
Number of months that have elapsed since the LPA's Local Plan was adopted

Planning Appeals

34 3 Planning Appeals Decided - 2018-2019
Total number of planning appeals decided between April 2018 and March 2019

32 3 Planning Appeals Allowed - 2018-2019
Total number of planning appeals allowed between April 2018 and March 2019

1 100.00% Percentage of Planning Appeals Allowed
Percentage of planning appeals allowed in period April 2018 to March 2019

House Prices

Housing Stock

Vacant Dwellings

Brownfield Land

7 Area of Brownfield Land
Total area of brownfield land, in hectares, based on CPRE data

Golf Courses

Homelessness

Demographics

Car Ownership

Coronavirus

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Air Quality