London Planning Authorities

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).

1Islington478.19%
2Hackney339.83%
3Camden297.11%
4Haringey283.04%
5Barnet276.95%
6Westminster276.55%
7Havering273.15%
8Tower Hamlets269.16%
9Lambeth268.54%
10Sutton259.49%
11Southwark252.27%
12Lewisham249.25%
13Bromley248.45%
14Redbridge239.18%
15Richmond-upon-Thames229.93%
16Wandsworth223.54%
17Croydon222.41%
18Newham210.49%
19Greenwich197.06%
20Brent191.70%
21Barking & Dagenham190.02%
22Waltham Forest189.16%
23Enfield189.00%
24City of London179.45%
25Harrow164.84%
26Bexley164.67%
27Kensington & Chelsea157.37%
28Ealing146.59%
29Hounslow138.38%
30Hillingdon122.62%
31Hammersmith & Fulham98.82%
32Kingston-upon-Thames73.13%
33Merton55.56%

Inner-London Borough

Outer-London Borough

(As defined by London Councils)

♦ Council Political Control

★ 2016 Mayoral Election Result

Sources

1) Intend to Publish London Plan 2019, Policy H1 Increasing housing supply, Table 4.1, Mayor of London 2) Housing Delivery Test: 2018 measurement, UK Government 3) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA).

Related

NPPF Housing Delivery Test 2018: Number Achieved