London Planning Authorities

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

1Merton223.35%
2Bexley179.34%
3Hillingdon177.67%
4Hounslow165.39%
5Sutton158.96%
6Richmond-upon-Thames157.46%
7Enfield135.21%
8Harrow134.86%
9Bromley122.05%
10Ealing116.39%
11Kingston-upon-Thames112.00%
12Waltham Forest108.12%
13Croydon105.53%
14Newham93.03%
15Brent91.11%
16Barking & Dagenham83.25%
17Redbridge76.19%
18Havering60.24%
19Hammersmith & Fulham59.81%
20Lewisham52.89%
21Barnet33.42%
22Haringey30.37%
23Wandsworth27.46%
24Camden22.13%
25Greenwich19.33%
26City of London3.69%
27Lambeth1.90%
28Westminster-5.40%
29Southwark-6.66%
30Tower Hamlets-10.69%
31Hackney-16.81%
32Kensington & Chelsea-33.42%
33Islington-38.69%

Inner-London Borough

Outer-London Borough

(As defined by London Councils)

♦ Council Political Control

★ 2016 Mayoral Election Result

Sources

1) "The London Plan, Policy 3.3 Increasing housing supply", Mayor of London 2) Draft London Plan - Consolidated Suggested Changes Version July 2019, Policy H1 Increasing housing supply, Table 4.1, Mayor of London 3) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA).

Related

2015 Current London Plan