London Planning Authorities

Housing Capacity of Golf Courses not in Green Belt

The potential capacity for areas of golf courses which do not sit within designation green belt. There may be other protections (eg. Metropolitan Open Land) which apply, but which are not included within the data. For this data existing housing density has been calculated by excluding green belt land, but not MOL, as most golf courses that do not occupy green belt are otherwise designated as MOL

1Richmond-upon-Thames6,198
2Ealing5,331
3Bromley3,343
4Merton3,190
5Kingston-upon-Thames2,758
6Haringey2,626
7Lewisham2,621
8Greenwich2,578
9Wandsworth2,265
10Enfield2,036
11Southwark1,602
12Barnet1,494
13Bexley1,451
14Harrow1,395
15Hounslow1,160
16Brent475
17Croydon105
18Havering83
19Redbridge43
20Hillingdon19
21Sutton12
22Waltham Forest11
23Newham5
24Barking & Dagenham2
25Tower Hamlets0
Hammersmith & Fulham0
Lambeth0
Hackney0
Camden0
Westminster0
Islington0
City of London0
Kensington & Chelsea0
Total40,803

Inner-London Borough

Outer-London Borough

(As defined by London Councils)

♦ Council Political Control

★ 2016 Mayoral Election Result

Sources

1) Wikipedia 2) "London's 'Protected' Land: the extent, location and character of designated Green Belt and Metropolitan Open Land in Greater London", 2018 (Greenspace Information for Greater London / Campaign for the Protection of the Rural Environment) 3) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA) 4) "OS Open Greenspace", Ordnance Survey, updated April 2020.

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Area of Golf Courses not in Green Belt