London Planning Authorities

2015 Current London Plan

10 year housing target

1Tower Hamlets39,314
2Southwark27,362
3Greenwich26,850
4Barnet23,489
5Newham19,945
6Wandsworth18,123
7Hackney15,988
8Lambeth15,594
9Brent15,253
10Haringey15,019
11London Legacy Development Corporation14,711
12Croydon14,348
13Lewisham13,847
14Ealing12,972
15Islington12,641
16Barking & Dagenham12,355
17Havering11,701
18Redbridge11,232
19Westminster10,677
20Hammersmith & Fulham10,312
21Camden8,892
22Waltham Forest8,620
23Hounslow8,222
24Enfield7,976
25Kensington & Chelsea7,330
26Kingston-upon-Thames6,434
27Bromley6,413
28Harrow5,927
29Hillingdon5,593
30Bexley4,457
31Merton4,107
32Sutton3,626
33Richmond-upon-Thames3,150
34City of London1,408
35Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation0
Total423,888

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) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA).

Related

Publication London Plan December 2020