The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) is an important piece of evidence base which informs the preparation of the Local Plan. The SHLAA contains an assessment of the amount of land that is available for housing development. As such, the document provides details of all sites considered to offer development potential for five dwellings or more. The role of the SHLAA is to:
- Identify sites with potential for housing
- Assess their housing potential
- Assess when they are likely to be developed
The SHLAA does not determine whether a site will be allocated for housing development, this is the role of the Local Plan (Allocations).
The methodology for allocating a site is available below.
- SHLAA 11th edition (January 2019) (pdf 1 mb)
- SHLAA 11th edition - Emsworth (pdf 2.6 mb)
- SHLAA 11th edition - Havant and Bedhampton (pdf 3.3 mb)
- SHLAA 11th edition - Hayling Island (pdf 2.1 mb)
- SHLAA 11th edition - Leigh Park (pdf 3.8 mb)
- SHLAA 11th edition - Waterlooville (pdf 4.1 mb)
- Site allocation methodology (pdf 119 kb)
Previous editions of the SHLAA are also available to view for archive purposes:
- SHLAA 10th edition
- SHLAA 9th edition
- SHLAA 8th edition
- SHLAA 7th edition
- SHLAA 6th edition
- SHLAA 5th edition
- SHLAA 4th edition
The Brownfield Register
The Government has introduced a requirement for all Local Authorities to prepare a Brownfield Land Register for their area and keep it regularly updated. The Brownfield Register for Havant has now been published and can be viewed below.
The Government requires that local planning authorities provide the information in their brownfield registers in a particular format in accordance with:
What is the Brownfield Land Register?
The Brownfield Land Register provides up-to-date, publicly available information on Brownfield (previously developed) land that is suitable for housing. The council has used its Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) to help identify all the Brownfield sites in the borough.
- Havant Brownfield Register 2017 (xls 18 kb)