Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment
How we assess land available for housing developments
We are required by the Government to assess the amount of land available for housing development in our area. This process is known as a Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA).
The SHLAA is a technical exercise. Although all sites have been carefully considered, the inclusion of a site within the SHLAA should not, in itself, be taken as an indication that it will be granted planning permission or that the dwelling numbers indicated in each assessment are appropriate for a formal planning proposal.
SHLAA 2017 Report and Appendices
The 2017 update to the Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) sets out Bournemouth's housing land supply for the fifteen year period from 1st April 2017 to 31st March 2032
The 2017 SHLAA Report consists of the following parts:
Combined Bournemouth SHLAA 2017 Report and Appendices