London Planning Authorities

Publication London Plan December 2020

10 year housing target per hectare (excluding greenbelt and Metropolitan Open Land)

1Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation20.86
2Tower Hamlets16.33
3Hammersmith & Fulham9.05
4Newham8.75
5Southwark7.01
6Hackney6.24
7Barking & Dagenham6.06
8City of London5.03
9Brent5.02
10Greenwich4.84
11Islington4.78
12Lambeth4.77
13Haringey4.75
14Wandsworth4.74
15Lewisham4.32
16Camden4.06
17Redbridge3.93
18Waltham Forest3.89
19Westminster3.81
20Ealing3.54
21Kensington & Chelsea3.48
22Hounslow3.47
23Barnet3.40
24Croydon3.08
25Kingston-upon-Thames2.66
26Havering2.49
27Enfield2.17
28Merton1.94
29Harrow1.88
30Hillingdon1.63
31Bexley1.24
32Sutton1.09
33Bromley0.97
34Richmond-upon-Thames0.48

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) Publication London Plan December 2020, Policy H1 Increasing housing supply, Table 4.1, Mayor of London 4) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA).

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Publication London Plan December 2020