London Planning Authorities

10-Year Housing Target, Publication London Plan December 2020

10 year housing target. (Table 4.1 in the "Publication London Plan December 2020" version)

1Tower Hamlets34,730
2Newham32,800
3Greenwich28,240
4Barnet23,640
5Southwark23,550
6Brent23,250
7Ealing21,570
8London Legacy Development Corporation21,540
9Croydon20,790
10Wandsworth19,500
11Barking & Dagenham19,440
12Hounslow17,820
13Lewisham16,670
14Hammersmith & Fulham16,090
15Haringey15,920
16Redbridge14,090
17Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation13,670
18Lambeth13,350
19Hackney13,280
20Havering12,850
21Waltham Forest12,640
22Enfield12,460
23Hillingdon10,830
24Camden10,380
25Westminster9,850
26Kingston-upon-Thames9,640
27Merton9,180
28Harrow8,020
29Islington7,750
30Bromley7,740
31Bexley6,850
32Sutton4,690
33Kensington & Chelsea4,480
34Richmond-upon-Thames4,110
35City of London1,460
Total522,870

Inner-London Borough

Outer-London Borough

(As defined by London Councils)

♦ Council Political Control

★ 2016 Mayoral Election Result

Sources

1) Publication London Plan December 2020, Policy H1 Increasing housing supply, Table 4.1, Mayor of London 2) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA).

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