London Planning Authorities

Total Change in Housing Targets

Difference between 2018 'Examination in Public' version of the London Plan and the 2019 'Intend to Publish' version.

1City of London0
Islington0
Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation0
4Hackney-20
5London Legacy Development Corporation-70
6Westminster-250
7Tower Hamlets-380
8Hammersmith & Fulham-390
9Kensington & Chelsea-400
10Camden-480
11Southwark-1,990
12Lambeth-2,540
13Barking & Dagenham-3,200
14Wandsworth-3,600
15Haringey-3,660
16Greenwich-3,800
17Richmond-upon-Thames-4,000
Kingston-upon-Thames-4,000
Hounslow-4,000
20Merton-4,100
21Lewisham-4,500
22Sutton-4,700
Hillingdon-4,700
24Waltham Forest-5,300
25Bexley-5,600
26Redbridge-5,700
Newham-5,700
28Havering-5,900
Harrow-5,900
Brent-5,900
31Enfield-6,300
32Ealing-6,500
Bromley-6,500
34Barnet-7,700
35Croydon-8,700
Total-126,480

Inner-London Borough

Outer-London Borough

(As defined by London Councils)

♦ Council Political Control

★ 2016 Mayoral Election Result

Sources

1) Draft London Plan - Consolidated Suggested Changes Version July 2019, Policy H1 Increasing housing supply, Table 4.1, Mayor of London 2) Intend to Publish London Plan 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

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