South Tyneside: SHLAA Review
South Tyneside Council are currently undertaking a review of their Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA). The SHLAA is the Council’s database for assessing available sites for potential future housing development.
This is an opportunity to put forward sites which you consider to be suitable for residential development either now or in the future, or to update information regarding previously submitted sites.
The SHLAA is an evidence base document which will support the emerging South Tyneside Local Plan, due out for consultation later this year. The emerging Local Plan will look to identify sites for housing development in the plan period, and beyond. This will influence planning in South Tyneside until 2031.
If you would like to discuss any potential sites, ideas or concerns, please contact, Laura Dixon.
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