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Local Plan Checker

The Local Plan Checker tool provides an overview of the adopted Local Plan for each local planning authority area, including the status of the Local Plan.

Crucially, this includes whether the Local Plan sets the housing requirement for the area, or if the government's new Local Housing Need method should be used.

The Local Plan Checker also identifies the progress of emerging Local Plans.

To use the Local Plan Checker, simply select a local authority area from the drop-down menu below.



Adur District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Adur District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

The Local Plan sets the strategic development and land-use priorities for Adur (outside of the South Downs National Park) up to 2032, and contains the policies against which development management decisions within that area will be made.

Allerdale District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Allerdale District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Local Plan is being prepared in two parts. The adopted Local Plan forms 'Part 1' which sets out the strategic and development management policies that will guide development up to 2029.

Allerdale District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Part 2 of the Local Plan is the 'Site Allocations DPD'. This identifies or 'allocates' land to deliver the strategy set out in part 1, and contains supporting policies. The Local Plan Part 2 is at an advanced stage of its preparation and was submitted to the Secretary of State for examination in January 2019.

Amber Valley Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Amber Valley Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2006. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Amber Valley Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Amber Valley Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Examination of the submitted Local Plan was paused in July 2018, whilst the Council undertakes additional public consultation on proposed changes relating to amendments to the existing Green Belt boundary and the allocation of additional Housing Growth Sites / Economic Growth Sites.

Arun District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Arun District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

The plan sets out a spatial vision, objectives and a sustainable strategy for delivering the needed growth of the District over the period 2011- 2031. The plan does not include those parts of the district located in the South Downs National Park.

Ashfield District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Ashfield District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2002. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Ashfield District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Ashfield District Council's emerging Local Plan was withdrawn at full Council on 6th September 2018. It was decided by Councillors to recommence with a new Local Plan. The Administration's view was that a new fresh look at sites was required, including brownfield and rural areas. The Administration wants to be ambitious and proactive in developing a new Local Plan.

Ashford District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Ashford District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Aylesbury Vale District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Aylesbury Vale District Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2004. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Aylesbury Vale District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Aylesbury Vale District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in February 2018.

The emerging Local Plan is currently being examined. The Inspector has issued interim findings, which the Council is currently responding to and issuing proposed modifications.

Babergh District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Babergh District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Babergh District Council's Emerging Local PLan

Babergh District Council is currently preparing a Joint Local Plan with Mid Suffolk District Council. The Joint Local Plan is expected to be published in late spring 2019.

Barking & Dagenham's Adopted Local Plan

Barking & Dagenham's Local Plan was adopted in July 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan consists of a suite of documents, the Core Strategy DPD (2010) which sets out council’s long-term vision, spatial strategy and core policies for shaping the future development of Barking and Dagenham up to 2025. This is accompanied by the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (2011), Site Specific Allocations DPD (2010), and Barking Town Centre Area Action Plan DPD (2011).

Barking & Dagenham's Emerging Local Plan

The Local Plan is currently being reviewed.

Barnet's Adopted Local Plan

Barnet's Local Plan was adopted in September 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Barnet’s Local Plan consists of a suite of Development Plan Documents (DPDs) including the Core Strategy DPD (2012) which sets out the vision, objectives and related strategic policies, the Development Management Policies DPD (2012) which sets out policy framework for decision making on planning applications, the Mill Hill East Area Action Plan DPD, and the Colindale Area Action Plan DPD (2010).

Barnet's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan. This new Local Plan is expected to be published (Reg. 19) in spring 2019.

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in August 2001. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in December 2017, and submitted for examination in February 2018.

Basildon District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Basildon District Council's Local Plan was adopted in 1998. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Basildon District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Basildon District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2018.

The emerging Local Plan is expected to be submitted for examination in late March 2019.

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in May 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Bassetlaw District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bassetlaw District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The current adopted Local Plan is titled the 'Core Strategy & Development Management Policies Development Plan Document (2011)'.

Basetlaw's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan. This is expected to be adopted in February 2021.

Bath & North East Somerset Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bath & North East Somerset Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Bath & North East Somerset Council's Emerging Local Plan

Bath & North East Somerset Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in April 2018.

Bedford Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bedford Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Bedford Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Bedford Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018, and submitted for examination in December 2018.

Bexley's Adopted Local Plan

Bexley's Local Plan was adopted in February 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The current adopted Local Plan consists of the Bexley Core Strategy and Saved UDP policies.

Bexley's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is at an early stage of preparing a new Local Plan for the area.

Birmingham City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Birmingham City Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Blaby District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Blaby's Core Strategy DPD and Delivery DPD were adopted on 04 February 2019. As the Core Strategy is less than five year's old, it provides the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

This adopted plan is the 'Core Strategy', which sets out strategic policies for the plan area. Part 2 of the Local Plan, which includes site allocations and development management policies was adopted in 2015.

Blackpool Council's Adopted Local Plan

Blackpool Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Bolsover District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bolsover District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2000. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Bolsover District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Bolsover District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in May 2018, and submitted for examination in August 2018.

Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan consists of the 'Core Strategy' which sets out the policies for Bolton’s future development up to 2026, and the 'Allocations Plan (2014)' which identifies sites for development.

Boston Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Boston Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Bournemouth Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bournemouth Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Bournemouth's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Bracknell Forest Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bracknell Forest Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted plan for the area includes the 'Core Strategy', which contains the council’s long-term aspirations for the borough and policies to guide and manage development in Bracknell Forest until 2026; the Site Allocations DPD (2013) which identifies development sites; and saved policies of the Local Plan (2002).

Bracknell Forest's Emerging Local Plan

The Draft Bracknell Forest Local Plan will set the long term spatial vision and development strategy for the borough up to 2034. It is expected to be adopted by the Council in early 2021.

Bradford District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bradford District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Braintree District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Braintree District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Braintree District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Braintree District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2017, and submitted for examination in October 2017.

Breckland District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Breckland District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Breckland District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Breckland District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in August 2017, and submitted for examination in November 2017.

Brent's Adopted Local Plan

Brent's Local Plan was adopted in July 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Brent's development plan consists of a suite of documents, including the Core Strategy (2010), Site Specific Allocations DPD, Development Management Policies DPD and Wembley Area Action Plan.

Brent's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan, which set out the main issues facing the borough and policies that will manage the future development of the borough until 2041 and beyond.

Brentwood Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Brentwood Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in August 2005. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Brentwood's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan for the Borough which, once adopted, will supersede saved policies in the current Replacement Local Plan (2005).

Brighton & Hove Council's Adopted Local Plan

Brighton & Hove Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Bristol City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bristol City Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Bristol City Council's Emerging Local Plan

Bristol City Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in April 2018.

Broadland District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Broadland District Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Broads Authority's Adopted Local Plan

Broads Authority's Local Plan was adopted in September 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Broads Authority's Emerging Local Plan

Broads Authority is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Bromley's Adopted Local Plan

Bromley's Local Plan was adopted in January 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Bromsgrove District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bromsgrove District Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Broxbourne Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Broxbourne Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2005. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Broxbourne Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Broxbourne Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Broxtowe Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Broxtowe Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Burnley Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Burnley Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Bury Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Bury Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in August 1997. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Bury's Emerging Local Plan

Bury Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in August 2006. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in August 2018, and submitted for examination in January 2019.

Cambridge City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Cambridge City Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Camden's Adopted Local Plan

Camden's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Cannock Chase District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Cannock Chase District Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Canterbury City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Canterbury City Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Carlisle City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Carlisle City Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Castle Point District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Castle Point District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 1998. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

The Council prepared and consulted publicly on draft Local Plans in both 2014 and 2016. The work in 2016 stalled however when the latest Plan was withdrawn from the examination process. The Council then commenced preparation of a new Local Plan. However, in November 2018, the Council resolved to not proceed with this plan.

Central Bedfordshire Council's Adopted Local Plan

Central Bedfordshire Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Central Bedfordshire Council's Emerging Local Plan

Central Bedfordshire Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018, and submitted for examination in April 2018.

Charnwood Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Charnwood Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Chelmsford Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Chelmsford Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Chelmsford Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Chelmsford Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018, and submitted for examination in June 2018.

Cheltenham Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Cheltenham Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Cherwell District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Cherwell District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Cherwell District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Cherwell District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in July 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Cheshire East Council's Adopted Local Plan

Cheshire East Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Cheshire West and Chester Council's Adopted Local Plan

Cheshire West and Chester Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Chesterfield Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Chesterfield Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Chesterfield Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Chesterfield Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2019.

Chichester District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Chichester District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Chiltern District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Chiltern District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Chiltern District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Chiltern District Council and South Bucks District Council are preparing a joint Local Plan for Chiltern and South Bucks Districts. The next stage in the process will be the publication of the Local Plan for consultation prior to its submission for an examination in public. Publication is anticipated for spring/summer 2019.

Chorley Council's Adopted Local Plan

Chorley Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Chorley's Core Strategy was prepared jointly by Chorley, South Ribble and Preston Councils and sets sets out the vision, objectives and spatial strategy for the development of Central Lancashire to 2026. The Core Strategy is accompanied by the Local Plan (2015) which identifies the scale of development in each settlement and allocates sites to meet the development needs of Chorley.

Christchurch Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Christchurch Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

City of London Review's Adopted Local Plan

City of London Review's Local Plan was adopted in January 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Colchester Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Colchester Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Colchester Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Colchester Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2017, and submitted for examination in October 2017.

Copeland District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Copeland District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Core Strategy and Development Management Policies DPD forms the main part of the Development Plan for the borough.

The Council is currently preparing the Site Allocations and Policies Plan, which will demonstrate how the adopted Core Strategy, and crucially the policies which outline the borough’s ambitious targets for growth and development will be delivered.

Corby Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Corby Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Cornwall Council's Adopted Local Plan

Cornwall Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Cotswold District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Cotswold District Council's Local Plan was adopted in August 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in August 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Coventry City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Coventry City Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Craven District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Craven District Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 1905. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Craven District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Craven District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Crawley Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Crawley Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Croydon's Adopted Local Plan

Croydon's Local Plan was adopted in February 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Dacorum Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Dacorum Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Dacorum's Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, which sets out the strategic vision, objectives and spatial strategy, and a Site Allocations DPD which identifies sites for development.

Dacorum's Emerging Local Plan

Dacorum Council has commenced preparation of a new Local Plan.

Darlington Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Darlington Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Darlington's Emerging Local Plan

A new 20 year Darlington Local Plan 2016-2036 is being prepared for the whole Borough

Dartford Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Dartford Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy and Development Policies Plan.

Dartford's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Dartmoor National Park's Adopted Local Plan

Dartmoor National Park's Local Plan was adopted in April 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, and the Development Management and Delivery Plan.

Dartmoor's Emerging Local Plan

Dartmoor National Park Authority is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Daventry Dictrict Council's Adopted Local Plan

Daventry Dictrict Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2014. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2019. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Derby City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Derby City Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Derbyshire Dales District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Derbyshire Dales District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Local Plan consists of the Core Strategy (2012) and Unitary Development Plan (1998).

Doncaster's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Dover District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Dover District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan consists of the Core Strategy (2010) and Land Allocations Plan (2015).

Dover's Emerging Local Plan

The Council has commenced preparation of a new Local Plan.

Dudley Council's Adopted Local Plan

Dudley Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Durham Council's Adopted Local Plan

Durham Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Durham Council's Emerging Local Plan

Durham Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2019.

Ealing's Adopted Local Plan

Ealing's Local Plan was adopted in April 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Local Plan includes a Core Strategy, Development Sites DPD and Development Management DPD.

East Cambridgeshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Cambridgeshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in April 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

East Cmabridgeshire commenced preparation of a new Local Plan. However this was withdrawn from examination in February 2019.

East Devon District Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Devon District Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

East Dorset District Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Dorset District Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

East Hampshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Hampshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

East Hertfordshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Hertfordshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

East Lindsey District Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Lindsey District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

East Northamptonshire Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Northamptonshire Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in April 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

East Staffordshire Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

East Staffordshire Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Eastbourne Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Eastbourne Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Eastleigh Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Eastleigh Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2006. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Eastleigh Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Eastleigh Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2018, and submitted for examination in October 2018.

Eden District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Eden District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Elmbridge Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Elmbridge Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan is the Core Strategy (2011), accompanied by the Development Management Policies DPD (2015).

Enfield's Adopted Local Plan

Enfield's Local Plan was adopted in November 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Enfield's Emerging Local Plan

The Council has commenced preparation of a new Local Plan, and expects to submit the draft plan in 2020.

Epping Forest District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Epping Forest District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Epping Forest District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Epping Forest District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in December 2017, and submitted for examination in September 2018.

Epsom and Ewell Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Epsom and Ewell Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, accompanied by the Development Management Policies Document and the Epsom Town Centre Area Action Plan.

Epsom and Ewell's Emerging Local Plan

The Council has commenced preparation of a new Local Plan.

Erewash Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Erewash Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Exeter City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Exeter City Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Exeter's Local Plan is the 'Core Strategy'. The Council is preparing the Development Delivery DPD, which will accompany the Core Strategy.

Exmoor National Park's Adopted Local Plan

Exmoor National Park's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Fareham Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

The Council adopted its Local Plan on 04 March 2019. As the Local Plan is less than five years old, it sets the housing requirement for the area.

Fenland District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Fenland District Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Folkestone & Hythe District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Folkestone & Hythe District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Folkestone & Hythe District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Folkestone & Hythe District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2019.

Forest Heath District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Forest Heath District Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Forest Heath District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Forest Heath District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2017.

Forest of Dean District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Forest of Dean District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Forest of Dean's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is at the preliminary stages of preparing a new Local Plan.

Fylde Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Fylde Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Gedling Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Gedling Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Gloucester City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Gloucester City Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Gosport Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Gosport Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in September 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Gravesham Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Gravesham Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Greenwich's Adopted Local Plan

Greenwich's Local Plan was adopted in July 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Guildford Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Guildford Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2003. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Guildford Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Guildford Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2016, and submitted for examination in December 2017.

Hackney 's Adopted Local Plan

Hackney 's Local Plan was adopted in November 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Hackney's Emerging Local Plan

Hackney is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2018, and submitted for examination in January 2019.

Halton Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Halton Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Core Strategy local plan is the strategic local plan for the borough. It sets out the spatial vision for the borough through to 2028, and a range of strategic objectives and policies.

Halton's Emerging Local Plan

The Council has commenced preparation of a new Local Plan.

Hambleton District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Hambleton District Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, Allocations DPD and Development Policies DPD.

Hambleton's Emerging Local Plan

Hambleton District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The new Local Plan will set out how much land should be provided to accommodate new homes and jobs that are needed within Hambleton up to 2035 and where this should be located.

Hammersmith & Fulham's Adopted Local Plan

Hammersmith & Fulham's Local Plan was adopted in February 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Harborough District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Harborough District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Harborough District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Harborough District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in September 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Haringey 's Adopted Local Plan

Haringey 's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Harlow District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Harlow District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2006. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Harlow District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Harlow District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in May 2018, and submitted for examination in October 2018.

Harrogate Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Harrogate Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Harrogate Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Harrogate Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018, and submitted for examination in August 2018.

Harrow's Adopted Local Plan

Harrow's Local Plan was adopted in February 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, Site Allocations DPD and Development Management DPD.

Hart District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Hart District Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Hart District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Hart District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in February 2018, and submitted for examination in June 2018.

Hartlepool Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Hartlepool Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in May 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Hastings Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Hastings Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Havant Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Havant Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Locla Plan (Core Strategy) (2011) and Local Plan (Allocations) (2014).

Havant's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Havering's Adopted Local Plan

Havering's Local Plan was adopted in July 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Havering's Emerging Local Plan

Havering is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in August 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Herefordshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Herefordshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Hertsmere Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Hertsmere Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Hertsmere's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

High Peak Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

High Peak Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in April 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Hillingdon's Adopted Local Plan

Hillingdon's Local Plan was adopted in November 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Local Plan will consist of two parts. Part 1 is adopted and sets out strategic policies. Part 2 is currently being examined and provides site allocations and development management policies. provided in part 2.

Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, Site Allocations and Development Management DPD , and 'Area Action Plans' which focus on specific locations within the district.

Hinckley and Bosworth's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Horsham District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Horsham District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Hounslow's Adopted Local Plan

Hounslow's Local Plan was adopted in September 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in September 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Huntingdonshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Huntingdonshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Huntingdonshire District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Huntingdonshire District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in December 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Hyndburn Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Hyndburn Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, Site Allocations DPD, Development Management DPD , and an Area Action Plan which targets a specific location within the district.

Hyndburn's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently reviewing its Local Plan.

Ipswich Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Ipswich Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Isle of Wight Council's Adopted Local Plan

Isle of Wight Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan for Isle of Wight is the 'Core Strategy'.

Isles of Scilly Council's Adopted Local Plan

Isles of Scilly Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 1905. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Isles of Scilly Emerging Local Plan

In February 2019, the Council published its draft Local Plan for consultation. Following this publication period, the Council is expected to submit its Local Plan for examination.

Islington's Adopted Local Plan

Islington's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, Site Allocations DPD, Development Management DPD and Area Action Plan.

Islington's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Kensington & Chelsea's Adopted Local Plan

Kensington & Chelsea's Local Plan was adopted in December 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Kensington & Chelsea's Emerging Local Plan

Kensington & Chelsea of is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in February 2017, and submitted for examination in May 2017.

Kettering Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Kettering Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, and Site Allocations and Development Management DPD.

Kings Lynn & West Norfolk's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently reviewing its Local Plan.

Kingston upon Hull City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Kingston upon Hull City Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Kingston Upon Thames's Adopted Local Plan

Kingston Upon Thames's Local Plan was adopted in April 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The adopted Local Plan for Kingston Upon Thames is the 'Core Strategy'.

Kingston Upon Thames' Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Lake District National Park's Adopted Local Plan

Lake District National Park's Local Plan was adopted in October 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy (Local Plan Part One) and Allocations of Land DPD (Local Plan Part Two).

Lake District National Park's Emerging Local Plan

The Lake District National Park Authority is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Lambeth's Adopted Local Plan

Lambeth's Local Plan was adopted in September 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in September 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Lancaster City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Lancaster City Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Lancaster City Council's Emerging Local Plan

Lancaster City Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in February 2018, and submitted for examination in May 2018.

Leeds City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Leeds City Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Leeds City Council's Emerging Local Plan

Leeds City Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in February 2018, and submitted for examination in August 2018.

Leicester City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Leicester City Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Lewes District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Lewes District Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in May 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Lewisham's Adopted Local Plan

Lewisham's Local Plan was adopted in June 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, and Site Allocations and Development Policies DPD.

Lichfield District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Lichfield District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Lincoln City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Lincoln City Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in April 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Liverpool City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Liverpool City Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2002. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Liverpool City Council's Emerging Local Plan

Liverpool City Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018, and submitted for examination in May 2018.

London Legacy Development Corporation's Adopted Local Plan

London Legacy Development Corporation's Local Plan was adopted in July 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

London Legacy Development Corporation's Emerging Local Plan

London Legacy Development Corporation is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2018.

Luton Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Luton Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Maidstone Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Maidstone Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Maldon District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Maldon District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Malvern Hills District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Malvern Hills District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Manchester City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Manchester City Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The adopted Local Plan for Manchester is the 'Core Strategy'.

Mansfield District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Mansfield District Council's Local Plan was adopted in 1998. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Mansfield District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Mansfield District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in September 2018, and submitted for examination in December 2018.

Medway Council's Adopted Local Plan

Medway Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2003. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Medway's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Melton Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Melton Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Mendip District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Mendip District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2014. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2019. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Merton's Adopted Local Plan

Merton's Local Plan was adopted in July 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, Sites and Policies Plan, and an 'Estates Plan' to guide development in the estates of Eastfields, High Path and Ravensbury.

Merton's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Mid Devon District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Mid Devon District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Mid Devon District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Mid Devon District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in February 2015, and submitted for examination in March 2017.

Mid Suffolk District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Mid Suffolk District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Mid Suffolk's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan. This is a Joint Local Plan with Babergh District Council.

Mid Sussex District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Mid Sussex District Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Middlesbrough Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Middlesbrough Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Middlesbrough Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Middlesbrough Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2018.

Milton Keynes Council's Adopted Local Plan

Milton Keynes Council's Local Plan was adopted on 20 March 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Mole Valley District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Mole Valley District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The adopted Local Plan for Mole Valley is the 'Core Strategy'.

Mole Valley's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

New Forest District Council's Adopted Local Plan

New Forest District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

New Forest District Council's Emerging Local Plan

New Forest District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2018, and submitted for examination in November 2018.

New Forest National Park Authority's Adopted Local Plan

New Forest National Park Authority's Local Plan was adopted in December 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

New Forest National Park Authority's Emerging Local Plan

New Forest National Park Authority is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018, and submitted for examination in May 2018.

Newark and Sherwood District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Newark and Sherwood District Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Newark and Sherwood District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Newark and Sherwood District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in July 2017, and submitted for examination in September 2017.

Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Newcastle under Lyme's Emerging Local Plan

Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council and Stoke-on-Trent City Council are working together to prepare a new Joint Local Plan.

Newcastle Upon Tyne City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Newcastle Upon Tyne City Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Newham's Adopted Local Plan

Newham's Local Plan was adopted in December 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

North Devon District Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Devon District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

North Dorset District Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Dorset District Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

North East Derbyshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

North East Derbyshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2005. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

North East Derbyshire District Council's Emerging Local Plan

North East Derbyshire District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in February 2018, and submitted for examination in May 2018.

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

North East Lincolnshire Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

North Hertfordshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Hertfordshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 1996. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

North Hertfordshire District Council's Emerging Local Plan

North Hertfordshire District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in October 2016, and submitted for examination in June 2017.

North Kesteven District Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Kesteven District Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in April 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

North Lincolnshire Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Lincolnshire Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy and Housing and Employment Land Allocations DPD.

North Norfolk District Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Norfolk District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The current Local Plan includes the Core Strategy and Site Allocations DPD.

North Norfolk's Emerging Local Plan

North Norfolk District Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

North Somerset Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Somerset Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

North Somerset Council's Emerging Local Plan

North Somerset Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in April 2018.

North Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

North Warwickshire Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

North Warwickshire Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

North Warwickshire Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

North Warwickshire Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in December 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

North West Leicestershire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

North West Leicestershire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

North York Moors National Park's Adopted Local Plan

North York Moors National Park's Local Plan was adopted in November 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The 'Core Strategy and Development Policies' sets out the policies which guide where new development will take place in the National Park.

North York Moor's Emerging Local Plan

Work is continuing on a new Local Plan for the North York Moors, which will cover the period 2016-35.

Northampton Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Northampton Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2014. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2019. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Northumberland Council's Adopted Local Plan

Northumberland Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Northumberland Council's Emerging Local Plan

Northumberland Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2019.

Northumberland National Parks' Emerging Local Plan

A new Local Plan is currently being prepared for the the national park.

Northumberland National Park's Adopted Local Plan

Northumberland National Park's Local Plan was adopted in March 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Norwich City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Norwich City Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Nottingham City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Nottingham City Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2006. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2017, and submitted for examination in June 2017.

Oadby and Wigston Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Oadby and Wigston Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Oadby and Wigston Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Oadby and Wigston Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in January 2018.

Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation's Adopted Local Plan

Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation's Local Plan was adopted in December 1899. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation's Emerging Local Plan

Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2018, and submitted for examination in October 2018.

Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Oldham's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan for the borough.

Oxford City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Oxford City Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Oxford's Emerging Local Plan

Oxford's draft Local Plan was submitted to the Secretary of State for examination, on 22 March 2019.

Oxford's Emerging Local Plan

Oxford's draft Local Plan was submitted for examination in March 2019.

Peak National Park's Adopted Local Plan

Peak National Park's Local Plan was adopted in October 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy DPD. A Development Management Policies DPD is currently being prepared for the area.

Pendle Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Pendle Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Peterborough City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Peterborough City Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Peterborough City Council's Emerging Local Plan

Peterborough City Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Plymouth City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Plymouth City Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Plymouth City Council's Emerging Local Plan

Plymouth City Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in March 2017, and submitted for examination in July 2017.

Poole, Borough of's Adopted Local Plan

Poole, Borough of's Local Plan was adopted in November 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Portsmouth City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Portsmouth City Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Portsmouth's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Preston Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Preston Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Local Plan includes the Central Lancashire Core Strategy (2012) and Site Allocations and Development Management Policies DPD (2015).

Purbeck District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Purbeck District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Purbeck District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Purbeck District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in October 2018, and submitted for examination in January 2019.

Reading Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Reading Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Reading Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Reading Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Redbridge's Adopted Local Plan

Redbridge's Local Plan was adopted in March 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in May 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Redditch Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Redditch Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Reigate & Banstead District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Reigate & Banstead District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Ribble Valley Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Ribble Valley Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2014. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2019. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Richmond Upon Thames's Adopted Local Plan

Richmond Upon Thames's Local Plan was adopted in July 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Richmondshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Richmondshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2014. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2019. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Rochford District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rochford District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Rochford's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is in the process of preparing a new Local Plan, which will set the strategy for the future development of the District.

Rossendale Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rossendale Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Rossendale Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Rossendale Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in August 2018.

Rother District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rother District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Rugby Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rugby Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Rugby Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Rugby Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in September 2016, and submitted for examination in July 2017.

Runnymede Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Runnymede Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in 2001. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Runnymede Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Runnymede Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in May 2018, and submitted for examination in July 2018.

Rushcliffe Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rushcliffe Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2014. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2019. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Rushmoor Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rushmoor Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Rutland Council's Adopted Local Plan

Rutland Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy (2011) and Site Allocations and Policies DPD (2014).

Rutland's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is in the process of preparing a new Local Plan for the district.

Ryedale District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Ryedale District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Salford Council's Adopted Local Plan

Salford Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2006. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Salford's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is in the process of preparing a new Local Plan for the district.

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan includes the Black Country Core Strategy, Site Allocations and Delivery DPD, West Bromwich AAP, Smethwick AAP and Tipton AAP.

Scarborough Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Scarborough Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Sedgemoor District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Sedgemoor District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in April 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Selby District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Selby District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Council is currently developing the Sites and Policies Local Plan which will deliver the strategic vision outlined in the Core Strategy (adopted in 2013).

Sevenoaks District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Sevenoaks District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Sevenoaks District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Sevenoaks District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in December 2018.

Sheffield City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Sheffield City Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Shropshire Council's Adopted Local Plan

Shropshire Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Shropshire's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is in the process of preparing a new Local Plan for the district.

Slough Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Slough Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy 2006-2026 and Site Allocations DPD.

Slough's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is in the process of preparing a new Local Plan for the district.

Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Solihull's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is in the process of reviewing its Local Plan.

South Buckinghamshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Buckinghamshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

South Buckinghamshire's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is in the process of preparing a new Local Plan for the district.

South Cambridgeshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Cambridgeshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in September 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

South Derbyshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Derbyshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in June 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

South Downs National Park's Adopted Local Plan

South Downs National Park is yet to adopt its own Local Plan.

South Downs National Park's Emerging Local Plan

South Downs National Park is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in September 2017, and submitted for examination in April 2018.

South Gloucestershire Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Gloucestershire Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

South Gloucestershire Council's Emerging Local Plan

South Gloucestershire Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2017, and submitted for examination in April 2018.

South Hams District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Hams District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2006. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

South Hams District Council's Emerging Local Plan

South Hams District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in March 2017, and submitted for examination in July 2017.

South Holland District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Holland District Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

South Kesteven District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Kesteven District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

South Kesteven District Council's Emerging Local Plan

South Kesteven District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2018, and submitted for examination in January 2019.

South Lakeland District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Lakeland District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The Local Plan is made up of a number of documents including the Core Strategy, Land Allocations, Development Management Policies Development Plan Document (DPD) and Arnside and Silverdale AONB Development Plan Document (DPD).

South Norfolk Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Norfolk Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

South Northamptonshire Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Northamptonshire Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2014. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2019. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

South Oxfordshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Oxfordshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

South Oxfordshire District Council's Emerging Local Plan

South Oxfordshire District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2019.

South Ribble Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Ribble Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

South Somerset District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Somerset District Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

South Staffordshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Staffordshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy 2012 and Site Allocations Document (2018).

South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

South Tyneside's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan for the district.

Southampton City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Southampton City Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Southend-on-Sea's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan for the district.

Southwark's Adopted Local Plan

Southwark's Local Plan was adopted in April 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Southwark's Emerging Local Plan

Southwark is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2018.

Spelthorne Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Spelthorne Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Spelthorne's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan for the district.

St Albans Council's Adopted Local Plan

St Albans Council's Local Plan was adopted in 1994. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

St Albans Council's Emerging Local Plan

St Albans Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in September 2018.

St Edmundsbury Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

St Edmundsbury Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

St Edmundsbury's Emerging Local Plan

St Edmundsbury Borough Council has been replaced by a new district council - West Suffolk Council. A new local plan is currently being prepared to cover the West Suffolk area.

St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2019.

Stafford Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Stafford Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Staffordshire Moorlands District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in February 2018, and submitted for examination in June 2018.

Stevenage Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Stevenage Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2004. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Stevenage Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Stevenage Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was found sound in October 2017 but was subject to a 'holding direction' until March 2019, imposed by the Secretary of State, preventing the plan's adoption.

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Stockport's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan for the borough.

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council 's Adopted Local Plan

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council 's Local Plan was adopted in January 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Stoke on Trent City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Stoke on Trent City Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Stoke on Trent's Emerging Local Plan

A joint Local Plan is currently being prepared by Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council and Stoke-on-Trent City Council.

Stratford on Avon District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Stratford on Avon District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Stroud District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Stroud District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Suffolk Coastal District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Suffolk Coastal District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Suffolk Coastal District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Suffolk Coastal District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in January 2019.

Sunderland City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Sunderland City Council's Local Plan was adopted in 1998. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Sunderland City Council's Emerging Local Plan

Sunderland City Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2018, and submitted for examination in December 2018.

Surrey Heath Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Surrey Heath Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The current Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, Development Management Policies DPD (2012) and an Area Action Plan.

Surrey Heath's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Sutton's Adopted Local Plan

Sutton's Local Plan was adopted in February 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Swale Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Swale Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Swindon Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Swindon Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in March 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2004. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Tameside's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Tamworth Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Tamworth Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Tandridge District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Tandridge District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Tandridge District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Tandridge District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in July 2018, and submitted for examination in January 2019.

Taunton Deane Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Taunton Deane Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The current Local Plan includes the Core Strategy, Site Allocations and Development Management DPD and an Area Action Plan. Taunton Deane and West Somerset Councils merged to form Somerset West and Taunton Council.

Teignbridge District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Teignbridge District Council's Local Plan was adopted in May 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Telford and Wrekin Council 's Adopted Local Plan

Telford and Wrekin Council 's Local Plan was adopted in January 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Tendring District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Tendring District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Tendring District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Tendring District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2017, and submitted for examination in October 2017.

Test Valley Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Test Valley Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Tewkesbury Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Tewkesbury Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Thanet District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Thanet District Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 1905. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Thanet District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Thanet District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in August 2018, and submitted for examination in October 2018.

Three Rivers District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Three Rivers District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Three River's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Thurrock Council's Adopted Local Plan

Thurrock Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2007. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in October 2018, and submitted for examination in January 2019.

Torbay Council's Adopted Local Plan

Torbay Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Torridge District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Torridge District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Tower Hamlets's Adopted Local Plan

Tower Hamlets's Local Plan was adopted in September 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Tower Hamlets's Emerging Local Plan

Tower Hamlets is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in October 2017, and submitted for examination in February 2018.

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

The current Local Plan is the 'Core Strategy DPD'.

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in June 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Tunbridge Wells' Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Uttlesford District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Uttlesford District Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2005. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Uttlesford District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Uttlesford District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2018, and submitted for examination in January 2019.

Vale of White Horse District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Vale of White Horse District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Wakefield Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wakefield Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Wakefield's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Walsall's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Waltham Forest's Adopted Local Plan

Waltham Forest's Local Plan was adopted in March 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Waltham Forest's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Wandsworth's Adopted Local Plan

Wandsworth's Local Plan was adopted in March 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in March 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Warrington Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Warrington Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2014. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Warwick District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Warwick District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in September 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Watford Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Watford Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Watford's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Waveney District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Waveney District Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2009. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Waveney District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Waveney District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in March 2018, and submitted for examination in June 2018.

Waverley Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Waverley Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Wealden District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wealden District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Wealden District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Wealden District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in August 2018, and submitted for examination in January 2019.

Wellingborough Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wellingborough Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in July 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Welwyn Hatfield District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Welwyn Hatfield District Council's Local Plan was adopted in 2005. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Welwyn Hatfield District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Welwyn Hatfield District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in August 2016, and submitted for examination in May 2017.

West Berkshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

West Berkshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

West Devon Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

West Devon Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

West Devon Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

West Devon Borough Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in March 2017, and submitted for examination in July 2017.

West Dorset District Council's Adopted Local Plan

West Dorset District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

West Lancashire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

West Lancashire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

West Lancashire's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

West Lindsey District Council's Adopted Local Plan

West Lindsey District Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2017. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in April 2022. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

West Oxfordshire District Council's Adopted Local Plan

West Oxfordshire District Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2018. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in September 2023. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

West Somerset District Council's Adopted Local Plan

West Somerset District Council's Local Plan was adopted in November 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in November 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Westminster, City of 's Adopted Local Plan

Westminster, City of 's Local Plan was adopted in November 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Westminster's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing its 'City Plan 2040'.

Weymouth and Portland Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Weymouth and Portland Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in October 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in September 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

Wigan's Emerging Local Plan

Wigan Council is working in partnership with the nine other Greater Manchester councils to develop the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework (GMSF), a new strategic plan for the city region which will run through to 2037.

Wiltshire Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wiltshire Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2015. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in January 2020. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Winchester City Council (inc South Downs NPA)'s Adopted Local Plan

Winchester City Council (inc South Downs NPA)'s Local Plan was adopted in March 2013. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Local Plan Part 1 is the Core Strategy (2013). The Local Plan Part 2 - Development Management and Site Allocations was adopted in 2017.

Windsor & Maidenhead's Adopted Local Plan

Windsor & Maidenhead's Local Plan was adopted in June 2003. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Windsor & Maidenhead's Emerging Local Plan

Windsor & Maidenhead is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in June 2017, and submitted for examination in January 2018.

Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2000. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Plan was adopted prior to the Town & Country Planning Act 2004 came into force. The Plan's policies will only apply, therefore, where they have been 'saved' by the local authority and where they are consistent with the NPPF.

Woking Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Woking Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in October 2012. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

The Local Plan includes the Core Strategy DPD, and Development Management Polciies DPD (2016). The Council is currently preparing a Site Allocations DPD.

Wokingham District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wokingham District Council's Local Plan was adopted in January 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Wokingham's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Wolverhampton City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wolverhampton City Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Worcester City Council's Adopted Local Plan

Worcester City Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Worthing Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Worthing Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2011. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Worthing's Emerging Local Plan

The Council is currently preparing a new Local Plan.

Wychavon District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wychavon District Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Wycombe District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wycombe District Council's Local Plan was adopted in July 2008. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Wycombe District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Wycombe District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in October 2017, and submitted for examination in March 2018.

Wyre Borough Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wyre Borough Council's Local Plan was adopted in February 2019. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in February 2024. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.

Wyre Forest District Council's Adopted Local Plan

Wyre Forest District Council's Local Plan was adopted in December 2010. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

Wyre Forest District Council's Emerging Local Plan

Wyre Forest District Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in November 2018.

York City Council's Adopted Local Plan

York City Council's Local Plan was adopted in April 2005. As this Local Plan is more than five years old, the housing requirement for the area should be calculated using the government's 'Local Housing Need' method - unless the policies have been reviewed and found not to require updating.

This Plan was adopted prior to publication of the NPPF 2012, therefore some policies may not be consistent with national policy.

York City Council's Emerging Local Plan

York City Council is preparing a new Local Plan. The draft Plan was published in February 2018, and submitted for examination in May 2018.

Yorkshire Dales National Park's Adopted Local Plan

Yorkshire Dales National Park's Local Plan was adopted in December 2016. This Local Plan is less than five years old and therefore sets the housing requirement for the area. The Plan will reach five years old in December 2021. After this date, the housing requirement should be calculated using the government's Local Housing Need methodology.



I have taken best efforts to provide accurate information about Neighbourhood Plans and aim to keep this up-to-date. However, it is possible that some information may become out of date over the passage of time. For further information, contact the relevant local planning authority, parish or town council or Neighbourhood Forum.

If you spot an error, please send me an email - in&#102n;o@neighbourhood-planning.co.uk or tweet me:
01 April 2019: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
01 April 2019: Wakefield Council
01 April 2019: Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council
01 April 2019: Waltham Forest
01 April 2019: Watford Borough Council
01 April 2019: West Lancashire District Council
01 April 2019: Westminster, City of
01 April 2019: Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council
01 April 2019: Winchester City Council (inc South Downs NPA)
01 April 2019: Woking Borough Council
01 April 2019: Wokingham District Council
01 April 2019: Worthing Borough Council
01 April 2019: Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council
01 April 2019: North Lincolnshire Council
01 April 2019: North Norfolk District Council
01 April 2019: North York Moors National Park
01 April 2019: Northumberland National Park
01 April 2019: Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council
01 April 2019: Oxford City Council
01 April 2019: Peak National Park
01 April 2019: Portsmouth City Council
01 April 2019: Preston Borough Council
01 April 2019: Rochford District Council
01 April 2019: Rutland Council
01 April 2019: Salford Council
01 April 2019: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
01 April 2019: Selby District Council
01 April 2019: Shropshire Council
01 April 2019: Slough Borough Council
01 April 2019: Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
01 April 2019: South Buckinghamshire District Council
01 April 2019: South Lakeland District Council
01 April 2019: South Staffordshire District Council
01 April 2019: South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council
01 April 2019: Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
01 April 2019: Spelthorne Borough Council
01 April 2019: St Edmundsbury Borough Council
01 April 2019: Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council
01 April 2019: Stoke on Trent City Council
01 April 2019: Surrey Heath Borough Council
01 April 2019: Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
01 April 2019: Taunton Deane Borough Council
01 April 2019: Three Rivers District Council
01 April 2019: Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council
26 March 2019: Oxford City ouncil
26 March 2019: Milton Keynes Council
26 March 2019: Stevenage Borough Council
26 March 2019: Hambleton District Council
26 March 2019: Harrow
26 March 2019: Havant Borough Council
26 March 2019: Hertsmere Borough Council
26 March 2019: Hillingdon
26 March 2019: Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council
26 March 2019: Hyndburn Borough Council
26 March 2019: Isle of Wight Council
26 March 2019: Isles of Scilly Council
26 March 2019: Islington
26 March 2019: Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council
26 March 2019: Kingston Upon Thames
26 March 2019: Lake District National Park
26 March 2019: Lewisham
26 March 2019: Manchester City Council
26 March 2019: Medway Council
26 March 2019: Merton
26 March 2019: Mid Suffolk District Council
26 March 2019: Mole Valley District Council
24 March 2019: Bracknell Forest Borough Council
24 March 2019: Brent, London Borough of
24 March 2019:Brentwood Borough Council
24 March 2019:Bury Metropolitan Borough Council
24 March 2019:Castle Point District Council
24 March 2019:Chiltern District Council
24 March 2019:Chorley Council
24 March 2019:Copeland District Council
24 March 2019:Dacorum Borough Council
24 March 2019:Darlington Borough Council
24 March 2019:Dartford Borough Council
24 March 2019:Dartmoor National Park
24 March 2019:Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council
24 March 2019:Dover District Council
24 March 2019:Ealing, London Borough of
24 March 2019:Eastbourne Borough Council
24 March 2019:Elmbridge Borough Council
24 March 2019:Enfield, London Borough of
24 March 2019:Epsom and Ewell Borough Council
24 March 2019:Exeter City Council
24 March 2019:Fareham Borough Council
24 March 2019:Forest of Dean District Council
24 March 2019:Halton Borough Council
22 March 2019: Bournemouth District Council
22 March 2019: Bolton District Council
22 March 2019: Blackburn with Darwen Council
22 March 2019: Blaby District Council
22 March 2019: Bexley, London Borough of
22 March 2019: Bassetlaw District Council
20 March 2019: Basildon District Council
20 March 2019: Barnet, London Borough of
20 March 2019: Barking & Dagenham, London Borough of
20 March 2019: Babergh District Council
20 March 2019: Aylesbury Vale District Council
20 March 2019: Ashfield District Council
20 March 2019: Arun District Council
20 March 2019: Amber Valley Borough Council
20 March 2019: Allerdale District Council
20 March 2019: Adur District Council
14 March 2019: page published

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