The Council is required to produce a Strategic Land Availability Assessment (SLAA). The SLAA assesses particular areas of land to determine how far each is suitable, available and viable for development and will be used to help monitor relevant policies contained within the emerging Local Plan.
If you have a site which you wish the Council to consider in the SLAA, please complete theand send to email@example.com. When the Council refreshes the SLAA evidence, your site will be considered for its suitability, availability and deliverability for development.
Interim note on five-year housing land supply (January 2018)
The Council has published its interim position on the five-year housing land supply and is available to view below:
The Council is in the process of updating the position paper on five year housing land supply, partly to reflect the updated housing trajectory and the Government's publication of the Housing Delivery Test 2018 measurement. This is anticipated to be available online by the end of March.
The Council's Local Plan is currently being examined. As part of the examination, the appointed Planning Inspector will be looking at the Council's housing land supply and the soundness of the approach taken in the submission Local Plan. Officers have produced an updated interim statement regarding the five year housing land supply to be used until the Local Plan is adopted.
SLAA (January 2018)
The 2018 SLAA report is now available to view below. This evidence informed the draft Local Plan.
The 2018 SLAA site assessments are available to view in the site book. SLAA sites can be viewed in the context of the borough, showing the physical and policy constraints on Maps - Runnymede's interactive mapping service , under 'Environment & Planning', 'Other Layers', 'SLAA Sites'.
The council consulted on a joint draft methodology with Spelthorne Borough Council. Representations have now been considered. The final methodology can be found in this document. The comments and responses can be found in this document .
Previous versions of the SHLAA