The Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) is a technical study that forms an important part of the evidence base for the Local Plan. The HELAA brings together the former Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) and the Employment Land Review (ELR).
The purpose of the assessment is to identify the availability and suitability of land for housing and economic development, and to assess the development potential and timescales. Below are files that relate to the assessment process and an assessment of all submitted sites (this will be updated yearly).
The below document lays out the process that has been taken to select and assess development sites.
- Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) - Final Methodology Report, 2018 (opens in new window)
HELAA Findings Report
The HELAA finding report presents detail of the number and types of sites assessed through the HELAA and the outcome of the assessments.
- Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) - Findings Report, 2017 (open in new window)
HELAA Summary of Sites
The document below is a summary of all the site assessments that have been undertaken.
- Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) - Summary of Sites, 2018 (opens in new window)
To submit a Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment site please use the online form below;