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SKDC asks residents where they think houses should be built

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The district council is asking for suggestions of land which could be used to build housing.

South Kesteven District Council is accepting site suggestions towards its annual assessment of potential areas for housing development in the district.

The 2014 Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) is a comprehensive review of the potential of land for housing development.

Only sites that adjoin existing settlements, and are of a suitable scale to the settlement, will be included in the assessment.

The review does not determine whether a site should be allocated or be granted planning permission for development. Its purpose is to understand the amount and location of potential housing land within the district.

Further details regarding the SHLAA process, methodology used for the assessment and site suggestion forms are available here

To suggest a site, use the online consultation portal

Paper forms are available on request from the planning policy team based at the SKDC office in St Peter’s Hill, Grantham, or by calling 01476 406080.

Online submissions and completed forms should be made and received by 5pm on Friday, March 28, 2014.

 

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