Schedule of Sites Consultation Document (February 2015)

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SCHEDULE OF SITES CONSULTATION DOCUMENT

(14) Introduction

The Local Plan Part 1: Strategic Policies and Initial Allocations sets out the housing requirement for the Plan Period 2011 to 2031. The Local Plan (Part 1) will only allocate those sites that can be built within the first five years of adopting the Plan (up to 2022), thereby demonstrating a five year supply of housing land. The remaining housing requirement will be allocated in the Local Plan Part 2: Sites and Boundaries.

The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) is the primary source of potential housing sites to be considered for allocation. In addition, sites submitted in response to the ‘call for sites’ in May 2014 were added to those already put forward through the SHLAA. These sites together with sites with planning permission for 5 or more dwellings are subject to a site selection process involving two distinct stages:

Process Stage Reached:
Stage 1 Screening: (against identified constraints) Completed
Availability (deliverability within first five years following adoption of Local Plan Part 1) Completed
Stage 2 Suitability (against a detailed set of criteria) To be carried out at the next stage of Plan preparation

The Site Assessment process and the results are described in the ‘Stage 1 Housing Site Assessment’ document, which can be accessed here: www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/environment-planning/planning/planning-policy/local-plan-2011-2031/evidence-base. To inform the assessment process, a matrix has been developed in consultation with stakeholders to allow each site to be assessed objectively. The ‘Stage 1 Housing Site Assessment’ document explains how the matrix was developed, describes the criteria used and provides the results for each site. Sites that do not ‘pass’ the Stage 1 assessment are not considered suitable for allocation in the Local Plan (Part 1) and will not be taken forward to the Stage 2 assessment.

The Council is now consulting on all sites which have completed Stage1 of the process. This is not a list of preferred sites for allocation in the Local Plan. It is a range of potential sites to meet the housing requirements of each settlement. This is an opportunity for communities and other stakeholders to contribute to the consideration of potential sites prior to the Council selecting preferred sites, as well as comment on sites that have failed the stage 1 availability assessment if appropriate.

Once sites have been through Stage 2 there will be a further stage of consultation on the list of preferred sites for allocation in the Local Plan (Part 1).

The Local Plan (Part 1) sets out the housing requirement for the District’s settlements in Chapter 5 (Spatial Strategy). These requirements must be considered in the context of the available sites in the District and, more importantly, their suitability and deliverability. This document sets out the housing requirement for each settlement and compares this to the sites which are considered ‘available’, i.e. those that have passed the Stage 1 assessment. It is possible that some of the sites that have passed Stage 1 will perform poorly in Stage 2 when considered against other criteria, such as Conservation, Highways safety etc. This is your opportunity to review the sites and provide your opinions. Any information and opinions gathered can be used to inform the Stage 2 assessment.

When reviewing the details for each settlement, it is evident that for some settlements there could be a shortfall in sites. The consultation process should be seen as an opportunity for landowners to submit additional sites for consideration. These sites will be subject to the same rigorous assessment as the existing sites but if they pass the Stage 1 and perform well against the Stage 2 criteria then they can be considered for allocation.

The following information sets out the proposals in further detail for each settlement, together with a map and table illustrating the potential sites. In order to aid the understanding of the tables and maps an illustrated example is shown below. We have used the settlement of North Wingfield for the illustration.

Figure 1 shows the housing requirement for North Wingfield for 2011 to 2031. The boxes around the table explain what is contained in the table. The table shows the existing number of dwellings in North Wingfield at 2011 and the recommended housing target. The housing target has been set out in the Local Plan (Part 1), chapter 5, table 3, as discussed above. The housing target for each settlement in the District has been based on the Settlement Hierarchy as well as the Sustainability Appraisal, the supply of sites in each area and specific requirements that have been identified in some settlements. Detailed information can be found in the Settlement Role and Function Study (2013) and Settlement Hierarchy Background Paper. Both can be accessed here: www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/environment-planning/planning/planning-policy/local-plan-2011-2031/evidence-base. Some settlements have a zero or very low target and housing allocations would not be required.

The table also shows the number of dwellings that have been built between the start of the Plan Period, 2011, and 2014, and the number of dwellings with outstanding planning permission. The permission figure includes a 12% deduction, which is the average rate of under delivery over the last 5 years. The last row in the table indicates the residual requirement. This is the remaining number of dwellings which need to be found after the outstanding planning permissions and the dwellings that have been built between 2011 and 2014 have been deducted. The Council will be aiming to meet this residual figure when selecting suitable sites. The residual requirement should be selected from the potential sites as identified in the ‘Housing Capacity’ table and map, as set out below.

Figure 1: North Wingfield Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Figure 1

Figure 2 shows the Housing Capacity table for North Wingfield. The boxes around the table explain what is contained in the table and how it links to the ‘Housing Requirement’ table at figure 1 above. The table illustrates the potential yield available for each site and how this can contribute to the housing target for the Plan Period and also to the 5 year housing supply target. The table also highlights any Planning Permissions (of 5 or more dwellings), both within the last monitoring period (up to 31st March 2014) and up to 31st December 2014, have been included for your information. These sites, and any other sites (of 5 or more dwellings) with planning permission up to the 31st March 2015, will be assessed and, if appropriate, included within the draft Local Plan for consultation.

As mentioned previously, no sites or an insufficient number of sites have been identified in some settlements. In these cases the Council is actively encouraging submissions of new potential sites for consideration. If following this consultation no further suitable sites come forward, the Local Plan may need to be reviewed accordingly. For settlements which have already reached the housing requirement, the Council will not be actively pursuing sites for allocation.

The information in the Housing Capacity table directly relates to the ‘Future Development Potential’ map which follows. This can be summarised as follows:

  • Sites which have been taken through the Stage 1 assessment have a red line boundary and a unique reference number. The referencing is explained in the ‘Stage 1 Housing Site Assessment’ document.
  • Sites that have ‘passed’ the Stage 1 assessment are highlighted with orange on the map and in the Housing Capacity table
  • Sites that have passed the ‘Screening’ part of Stage 1 but failed on ‘Availability’ are potentially available in the Plan Period and these are highlighted with orange dots on the map and in the Housing Capacity table
  • Sites with planning permission are shown on the map with purple cross-hatch. The cross-hatches are further apart for planning permissions granted before 1st April 2014. Those granted from the 1st April 2014 to the 31st December 2014 are shown with cross-hatching which is closer together.
  • Planning permissions on sites which have not been submitted for potential allocation in the Local Plan are highlighted with purple in the Housing Capacity table

Figure 2: North Wingfield Housing Capacity

Figure 2

Figure 3: North Wingfield Future Development Potential map

Figure 3

Arkwright Town

The recommended growth for Arkwright Town is 75 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 14 dwellings had been built and another 16 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 45 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Arkwright Town Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 291 dwellings
Recommended housing target 75 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 14 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 16 dwellings
Residual Requirement 45 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. For Arkwright Town, no land has been identified at this time, other than those with planning permission. We still need to find land for 45 houses – you are invited to submit land with development potential in or adjacent to Arkwright Town for the Council to consider through the Local Plan site assessment process. Please submit them online: www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/localplan.

Arkwright Town Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
18
0
Total
0
0
18
0
0
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Arkwright Town Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Arkwright Town map

(7) Ashover

The recommended growth for Ashover is 115 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 1 dwelling had been built and another 4 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 110 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Ashover Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 290 dwellings
Recommended housing target 115 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 1 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 4 dwellings
Residual Requirement 110 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 34 dwellings. We need to find land for 110 houses – you are invited to submit land with development potential in or adjacent to Ashover for the Council to consider through the Local Plan site assessment process. Please submit them online: www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/localplan.

Ashover Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
ASH/601
7
7
ASH/1602
12
12
(1) ASH/2001
15
15
Sub Total
34
0
0
0
34
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
0
Total
34
0
0
0
34
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Ashover Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Ashover map

Barlow Commonside

The recommended growth for Barlow Commonside is 0 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 2 dwellings had been built and no dwellings had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Barlow Commonside Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 140 dwellings
Recommended housing target 0 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 2 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 0 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings
Barlow Commonside map

We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

Barlow Village

The recommended growth for Barlow Village is 0 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and one dwelling had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Barlow Village Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 134 dwellings
Recommended housing target 0 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 1 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings
Barlow Village map

We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

(3) Brackenfield

The recommended growth for Brackenfield is 20 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and no dwellings had planning permission. This leaves 20 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Brackenfield Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 93 dwellings
Recommended housing target 20 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 0 dwellings
Residual Requirement 20 dwellings

The map below shows the potential sites from which the Council can select. For Brackenfield, no land with development potential has been identified at this time We still need to find land for 20 houses – you are invited to submit land with development potential in or adjacent to Brackenfield for the Council to consider through the Local Plan site assessment process. Please submit them online: www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/localplan.

Brackenfield map

(4) Calow

The recommended growth for Calow is 265 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, one dwelling has been lost (demolished or converted to another use) and another 40 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 226 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Calow Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 1,063 dwellings
Recommended housing target 265 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 -1 dwellings (loss)
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 40 dwellings
Residual Requirement 226 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 405 dwellings. We need to find land for 226 houses – this is half of the potential sites below.

Calow Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) CAL/801
21
21
CAL/1401
17
17
(2) CAL/1601
48
48
CAL/1603
16
2
16
0
CAL/1604
21
21
0
(1) CAL/2103
88
1
2
86
Sub Total (1)
211
3
39
0
172
(2) CAL/1602
233
233
Sub Total (2)
233
0
0
0
233
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
444
3
39
0
405
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
5
5
Total
444
3
39
5
410
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Calow Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Calow map

(4) Clay Cross

The recommended growth for Clay Cross is 735 dwellings (excluding the Strategic Former Biwaters Site) over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 76 dwellings had been built and another 138 dwellings had planning permission (excluding the Strategic Former Biwaters Site). This leaves another 521 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Clay Cross Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 4,342 dwellings
Recommended housing target 735 dwellings (excl. Strategic Site Former Biwaters)
Houses built 2011-14 76 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 138 dwellings (excl. Strategic Site Former Biwaters)
Residual Requirement 521 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 1990 dwellings. We need to find land for 521 houses – this is 1/4th of the potential sites below.

Clay Cross Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
CX/501
44
44
CX/604
75
75
CX/701
63
63
(1) CX/704
23
23
CX/1401
9
9
0
(1) CX/1501
6
6
(1) CX/1502
16
16
(1) CX/1504
9
9
(3) CX/1506
503
503
CX/1602
90
90
0
CX/1603
22
2
20
20
(2) CX/1604
15
15
(3) CX/1610
144
144
CX/1702
62
62
CX/2102
70
70
Sub Total (1)
1,151
0
101
20
1,050
(1) CX/1607
980
980
0
Sub Total (2)
980
0
980
0
0
(1) CX/703
37
37
(2) CX/1601
63
63
(1) CX/1605
23
23
(1) CX/1606
22
22
(2) CX/1608
359
359
(1) CX/1609
59
59
(1) CX/1701
10
10
(1) CX/2101
341
341
(2) CX/2104
26
26
Sub Total (3)
940
0
0
0
940
Sub Total
(1) + (2) + (3)
3,071
0
1,081
20
1,990
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
29
0
Total
3,071
0
1,110
20
1,990
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Clay Cross Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Clay Cross map

(1) Cutthorpe

The recommended growth for Cutthorpe is 0 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, one dwellings had been built and no dwelling had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Cutthorpe Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 252 dwellings
Recommended housing target 0 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 1 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 0 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings
Cutthorpe map

We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

(12) Dronfield

The recommended growth for Dronfield is 285 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 34 dwellings had been built and another 70 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 181 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Dronfield Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 9,545 dwellings
Recommended housing target 285 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 34 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 70 dwellings
Residual Requirement 181 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 192 dwellings. We need to find land for 181 houses – this can be covered by the potential sites below.

Dronfield Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
DRO/603
5
Residential Institution (Use Class C2)
0
DRO/613
6
6
DRO/706
11
11
(5) DRO/901
29
29
DRO/1501
6
6
DRO/1603
58
58
Sub Total (1)
115
0
0
0
110
DRO/1401
16
16
(18) DRO/1601
56
56
DRO/2101
10
10
Sub Total (2)
82
0
0
0
82
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
197
0
0
0
192
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
1
47
5
5
Total
197
1
47
5
197
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in ‘Dronfield Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Dronfield map

(9) Eckington

The recommended growth for Eckington is 260 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 18 dwellings had been built and another 77 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 165 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Eckington Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 3,230 dwellings
Recommended housing target 260 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 18 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 77 dwellings
Residual Requirement 165 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 266 dwellings. We need to find land for 165 houses – this can be covered by the potential sites below.

Eckington Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
ECK/601
7
7
0
(2) ECK/703
90
90
90
ECK/1506
22
22
Sub Total (1)
119
0
7
90
112
ECK/602
7
7
(3) ECK/702
113
113
ECK/1502
34
34
Sub Total (2)
154
0
0
0
154
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
273
0
7
90
266
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
34
78
9
9
Total
273
34
85
99
275
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Eckington Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Eckington map

(1) Fallgate

The recommended growth for Fallgate is 30 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 2 dwellings had been built and another 9 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 19 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Fallgate Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 145 dwellings
Recommended housing target 30 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 2 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 9 dwellings
Residual Requirement 19 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. For Fallgate, no land has been identified at this time, other than those with planning permission. We still need to find land for 19 houses – you are invited to submit land with development potential in or adjacent to Fallgate for the Council to consider through the Local Plan site assessment process. Please submit them online: www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/localplan.

Fallgate Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
9
0
Total
0
0
9
0
0
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Fallgate Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Fallgate map

(6) Grassmoor

The recommended growth for Grassmoor is 235 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 10 dwellings had been built and another 85 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 140 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Grassmoor Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 1,388 dwellings
Recommended housing target 235 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 10 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 85 dwellings
Residual Requirement 140 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 829 dwellings. We need to find land for 140 houses – this is 1/6th of the potential sites below.

Grassmoor Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
GRA/901 (2)
6
0
GRA/902
7
7
GRA/1501
9
9
GRA/1701
8
8
(1) GRA/1702
15
15
0
GRA/1801
164
1
164
163
(1) NW/2001
224
224
Sub Total (1)
433
1
15
164
411
(1) GRA/1703
110
110
(2) GRA/1901
111
111
TUP/1603
197
197
Sub Total (2)
418
0
0
0
418
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
851
1
15
164
829
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
9
85
15
15
Total
851
10
100
179
844
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in ‘Grassmoor Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Grassmoor map

(5) Heath

The recommended growth for Heath is 30 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 1 dwelling had been built and another 8 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 21 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Heath Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 121 dwellings
Recommended housing target 30 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 1 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 8 dwellings
Residual Requirement 21 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 535 dwellings. We need to find land for 21 houses – this is 1/25th of the potential sites below.

Heath Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(2) H&H/1601
236
236
(2) H&H/1901
98
98
(2) H&H/1902
32
32
(2) H&H/1904
128
128
(2) H&H/1905
41
41
Sub Total
535
0
0
0
535
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
8
0
Total
535
0
8
0
535
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Heath Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Heath map

(2) Higham

The recommended growth for Higham is 55 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 1 dwelling had been built and another 25 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 29 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Higham Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 379 dwellings
Recommended housing target 55 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 1 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 25 dwellings
Residual Requirement 29 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 358 dwellings. We need to find land for 29 houses – this is 1/12th of the potential sites below.

Higham Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) S&H/1402
29
29
(2) S&H/1603
95
95
(1) S&H/1704
153
153
(1) S&H/1801
18
1
17
S&H/1804
14
1
14
0
Sub Total (1)
309
2
14
0
294
S&H/1805
64
64
Sub Total (2)
64
0
0
0
64
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
373
2
14
0
358
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
8
0
Total
373
2
22
0
358
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Higham Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Higham map

Highmoor

The recommended growth for Highmoor is 0 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and no dwellings had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Highmoor Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 97 dwellings
Recommended housing target 0 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 0 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 30 dwellings. However, the recommended growth target is 0 dwellings. We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

Highmoor Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) KIL/1603
30
30
Sub Total
30
0
0
0
30
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
0
Total
30
0
0
0
30
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Highmoor Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Highmoor map

(3) Holmesfield

The recommended growth for Holmesfield is 5 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and another 6 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Holmesfield Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 350 dwellings
Recommended housing target 5 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 6 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings
Holmesfield map

We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

(2) Holmewood

The recommended growth for Holmewood is 565 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and another 187 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 378 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Holmewood Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 1,407 dwellings
Recommended housing target 565 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 187 dwellings
Residual Requirement 378 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 1,027 dwellings. We need to find land for 378 houses – this is 1/3rd of the potential sites below.

Holmewood Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) H&H/701
54
54
(1) H&H/1602
104
104
H&H/1603
150
150
0
(3) H&H/2102
330
330
NW/702
50
50
0
(1) NW/706
256
256
(1) NW/1606
43
43
NW/1702
21
11
10
(2) NW/2103
231
1
230
Sub Total
1,239
1
211
0
1,027
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
0
Total
1,239
1
211
0
1,027
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in Holmewood Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Holmewood map

(2) Holymoorside

The recommended growth for Holymoorside is 10 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 5 dwellings had been built and another 6 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Holymoorside Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 689 dwellings
Recommended housing target 10 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 5 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 6 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings
Holymoorside map

We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

(1) Kelstedge

The recommended growth for Kelstedge is 25 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and one dwelling had planning permission. This leaves another 24 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Kelstedge Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 128 dwellings
Recommended housing target 25 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 1 dwellings
Residual Requirement 24 dwellings

The map below shows the potential sites from which the Council can select For Kelstedge, no land has been identified at this time. We still need to find land for 24 houses – you are invited to submit land with development potential in or adjacent to Kelstedge for the Council to consider through the Local Plan site assessment process. Please submit them online: www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/localplan.

Kelstedge map

(14) Killamarsh

The recommended growth for Killamarsh is 155 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 8 dwellings had been built and another 53 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 94 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Killamarsh Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 3,864 dwellings
Recommended housing target 155 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 8 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 53 dwellings
Residual Requirement 94 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 116 dwellings. We need to find land for 94 houses – this can be covered by the potential sites below.

Killamarsh Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) KIL/608
9
9
KIL/902
10
10
KIL/1402
16
16
KIL/1501
12
12
KIL/1601
9
9
0
KIL/1602
17
1
17
0
KIL/1701
28
28
Sub Total (1)
101
1
26
0
75
KIL/601
9
9
KIL/605
32
32
Sub Total (2)
41
0
0
0
41
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
142
1
26
0
116
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
22
2
2
Total
142
1
48
2
118
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Killamarsh Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Killamarsh map

(3) Littlemoor (including Alton)

The recommended growth for Littlemoor and Alton is 20 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, one dwelling has been lost (demolished or converted to another use) and another 3 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 18 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Littlemoor (including Alton) Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 137 dwellings
Recommended housing target 20 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 -1 dwellings (loss)
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 3 dwellings
Residual Requirement 18 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 5 dwellings. We need to find land for 18 houses – you are invited to submit land with development potential in or adjacent to Littlemoor and Alton for the Council to consider through the Local Plan site assessment process. Please submit them online: www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/localplan.

Littlemoor and Alton Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) ASH/1501
5
5
Sub Total
5
0
0
0
5
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
0
Total
5
0
0
0
5
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in ‘Littlemoor Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Littlemoor map
Alton map

(3) Long Duckmanton

The recommended growth for Long Duckmanton is 65 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and another 26 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 39 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Long Duckmanton Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 259 dwellings
Recommended housing target 65 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 26 dwellings
Residual Requirement 39 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 668 dwellings. We need to find land for 39 houses – this is 1/17th of the potential sites below.

Long Duckmanton Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
ScD/1602
64
64
ScD/1603
19
19
Sub Total (1)
83
0
0
0
83
(1) ScD/2103
(Strategic Site)
585
585
Sub Total (2)
585
0
0
0
585
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
668
0
0
0
668
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
27
3
3
Total
668
0
27
3
671
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Long Duckmanton Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Long Duckmanton map

(2) Lower Pilsley and Pilsley

Lower Pilsley

The recommended growth for Lower Pilsley is 80 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and another 39 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 41 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Lower Pilsley Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 551 dwellings
Recommended housing target 80 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 39 dwellings
Residual Requirement 41 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 76 dwellings. We need to find land for 41 houses – this is half of the potential sites below.

Lower Pilsley Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
PIL/1801
7
7
7
(1) PIL/1902
69
69
Sub Total
76
0
0
7
76
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
40
0
Total
76
0
40
7
76
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Lower Pilsley Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Lower Pilsley and Pilsley map

Pilsley

The recommended growth for Pilsley is 145 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 2 dwellings had been built and another 78 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 65 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Pilsley Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 1,022 dwellings
Recommended housing target 145 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 2 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 78 dwellings
Residual Requirement 65 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 401 dwellings. We need to find land for 65 houses – this is 1/6th of the potential sites below.

Pilsley Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(2) PIL/801
29
29
(1) PIL/802
30
30
(1) PIL/803
37
37
PIL/1601
77
77
0
(2) PIL/1602
85
85
(1) PIL/1603
7
7
PIL/1802
14
14
(2) PIL/1901
11
11
(1) PIL/2102
188
7
188
Sub Total
478
0
77
7
401
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
3
0
Total
478
0
80
7
401
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Pilsley Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Lower Pilsley and Pilsley map

>Marsh Lane

The recommended growth for Marsh Lane is 5 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 1 dwelling had been built and another 7 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Marsh Lane Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 417 dwellings
Recommended housing target 5 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 1 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 7 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings
Marsh Lane map

We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

(1) Mickley

The recommended growth for Mickley is 40 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, one dwelling has been lost (demolished or converted to another use) and another 11 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 30 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Mickley Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 268 dwellings
Recommended housing target 40 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 -1 dwellings (loss)
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 11 dwellings
Residual Requirement 30 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 64 dwellings. We need to find land for 30 houses – this is half of the potential sites below.

Mickley Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) S&H/1901
64
64
Sub Total
64
0
0
0
64
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
5
0
Total
64
0
5
0
64
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Mickley Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Mickley map

(4) Morton

The recommended growth for Morton is 105 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 7 dwellings had been built and another 34 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 64 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Morton Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 528 dwellings
Recommended housing target 105 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 7 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 34 dwellings
Residual Requirement 64 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 201 dwellings. We need to find land for 64 houses – this is 1/3rd of the potential sites below.

Morton Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
>MOR/801
9
9
0
(3) MOR/802
226
34
192
(1) MOR/1601
9
9
Sub Total
244
0
43
0
201
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
9
0
Total
244
0
52
0
201
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Morton Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Morton map

(1) North Wingfield

The recommended growth for North Wingfield is 560 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 13 dwellings had been built and another 53 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 494 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

North Wingfield Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 2,805dwellings
Recommended housing target 560 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 13 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 53 dwellings
Residual Requirement 494 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 1,207 dwellings. We need to find land for 494 houses – this is half of the potential sites below.

North Wingfield Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(24) NW/701
230
230
NW/704
28
28
NW/801
50
1
50
0
(1) NW/1601
19
19
(22) NW/1603
227
1
226
(1) NW/1605
28
28
NW/1701
12
12
(1) NW/2002
416
416
Sub Total (1)
1,010
2
50
0
959
NW/601
33
33
NW/705
35
35
NW/1602
157
157
NW/1604
23
23
Sub Total (2)
248
0
0
0
248
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
1,258
2
50
0
1,207
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
25
5
5
Total
1,258
2
75
5
1,212
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'North Wingfield Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
North Wingfield map

Old Brampton

The recommended growth for Old Brampton is 5 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and another 2 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 3 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Old Brampton Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 134 dwellings
Recommended housing target 5 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 2 dwellings
Residual Requirement 3 dwellings

The map below shows the potential sites from which the Council can select. For Old Brampton, no land has been identified. Due to a residual requirement below 5 dwellings, a housing allocation is not considered appropriate. We do not need to find land to allocate for housing

Old Brampton map

(2) Renishaw

The recommended growth for Renishaw is 185 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 6 dwellings had been built and another 12 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 167 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Renishaw Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 737 dwellings
Recommended housing target 185 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 6 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 12 dwellings
Residual Requirement 167 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 174 dwellings. We need to find land for 167 houses – this can be covered by the potential sites below.

Renishaw Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
ECK/1503
6
6
Sub Total (1)
6
0
0
0
6
ECK/605
6
6
(1) ECK/1603
162
162
Sub Total (2)
168
0
0
0
168
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
174
0
0
0
174
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
0
Total
174
0
0
0
174
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Renishaw Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Renishaw map

(8) Ridgeway

The recommended growth for Ridgeway is 15 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 5 dwellings had been built and another 14 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Ridgeway Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 249 dwellings
Recommended housing target 15 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 5 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 14 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. For Ridgeway, no land with development potential has been identified, other than those with planning permission. We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

Ridgeway Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
12
0
Total
0
0
12
0
0
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Ridgeway Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Ridgeway map

(3) Shirland

The recommended growth for Shirland is 215 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 2 dwellings had been built and another 106 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 108 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Shirland Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 539 dwellings
Recommended housing target 215 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 2 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 106 dwellings
Residual Requirement 108 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 909 dwellings. We need to find land for 108 houses – this is 1/9th of the potential sites below.

Shirland Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(3) S&H/702
233
1
8
225
(3) S&H/703
92
92
(1) S&H/802
20
20
(4) S&H/803
260
260
S&H/1602
107
107
0
(2) S&H/1703
49
49
(2) S&H/1802
39
39
Sub Total (1)
800
1
115
0
685
(5) S&H/1803
224
224
Sub Total (2)
224
0
0
0
224
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
1,024
1
115
0
909
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
42
42
Total
1,024
1
115
42
951
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Shirland Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Shirland map

(4) Stonebroom

The recommended growth for Stonebroom is 165 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, one dwelling has been lost (demolished or converted to another use) and another 18 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 147 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Stonebroom Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 815 dwellings
Recommended housing target 165 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 -1 dwellings (loss)
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 18 dwellings
Residual Requirement 147 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 692 dwellings. We need to find land for 147 houses – this is 1/4th of the potential sites below.

Stonebroom Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) S&H/701
59
8
51
S&H/1401
7
7
0
S&H/1604
177
177
Sub Total (1)
243
0
15
0
228
(2) S&H/704
40
40
S&H/902
8
8
(1) S&H/1601
160
160
(1) S&H/1605
36
36
S&H/1702
6
6
(1) S&H/2001
214
214
Sub Total (2)
464
0
0
0
464
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
707
0
15
0
692
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
0
Total
707
0
15
0
692
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Stonebroom Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Stonebroom map

(5) Temple Normanton

The recommended growth for Temple Normanton is 30 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and another 4 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 26 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Temple Normanton Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 212 dwellings
Recommended housing target 30 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 4 dwellings
Residual Requirement 26 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 420 dwellings. We need to find land for 26 houses – this is 1/16th of the potential sites below.

Temple Normanton Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
TN/701
128
128
TN/1602
78
78
TN/1604
81
81
TN/1605
7
7
(1) TN/1801
11
11
Sub Total (1)
305
0
0
0
305
TN/1603
115
115
Sub Total (2)
115
0
0
0
115
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
420
0
0
0
420
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
1
0
Total
420
0
1
0
420
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Temple Normanton Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Temple Normanton map

(3) Tupton

The recommended growth for Tupton is 255 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 1 dwelling had been built and another 4 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 250 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Tupton Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 1,499 dwellings
Recommended housing target 255 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 1 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 4 dwellings
Residual Requirement 250 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 871 dwellings. We need to find land for 250 houses – this is 1/3rd of the potential sites below.

Tupton Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
TUP/701
173
5
168
(5) TUP/801
225
225
(2) TUP/802
231
231
(1) TUP/1501
22
22
TUP/1602
14
14
0
TUP/1604
22
22
TUP/1605
29
29
29
TUP/2102
75
1
74
Sub Total (1)
791
1
19
29
771
TUP/702
19
19
TUP/703
55
55
(1) TUP/1502
26
26
Sub Total (2)
100
0
0
0
100
Sub Total
(1) + (2)
891
1
19
29
871
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
0
Total
891
1
19
29
871
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Tupton Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Tupton map

(2) Unstone Crow Lane and Unstone Green

Unstone Crow Lane

The recommended growth for Unstone Crow Lane is 5 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 1 dwellings had been built and another 2 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 2 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Unstone Crow Lane Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 135 dwellings
Recommended housing target 5 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 1 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 2 dwellings
Residual Requirement 2 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. For Unstone Crow Lane, no land has been identified, other than those with planning permission. Due to a residual requirement below 5 dwellings, a housing allocation is not considered appropriate. We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

Unstone Crow Lane Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
9
1
1
Total
0
0
9
1
1
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Unstone - Crow Lane Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Unstone Crow Lane and Unstone Green map

Unstone Green

The recommended growth for Unstone Green is 5 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and no dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 5 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Unstone Green Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 430 dwellings
Recommended housing target 5 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 0 dwellings
Residual Requirement 5 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 7 dwellings. We need to find land for 5 houses – this can be covered by the potential sites below.

Unstone Green Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) UN/602
7
7
Sub Total
7
0
0
0
7
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
1
1
Total
7
0
0
1
8
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in ‘Unstone Green Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Unstone Crow Lane and Unstone Green map

Wadshelf

The recommended growth for Wadshelf is 5 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, no dwellings had been built and another 4 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves another 1 dwelling to allocate in the Local Plan.

Wadshelf Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 140 dwellings
Recommended housing target 5 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 0 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 4 dwellings
Residual Requirement 1 dwellings

The map below shows the potential sites from which the Council can select. For Wadshelf, no land has been identified. Due to a residual requirement below 5 dwellings, a housing allocation is not considered appropriate. We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

Wadshelf map

(1) Walton

The recommended growth for Walton is 5 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 2 dwellings had been built and another 4 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Walton Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 263 dwellings
Recommended housing target 5 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 2 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 4 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings
Walton map

We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

(3) Wessington

The recommended growth for Wessington is 30 dwellings over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 33 dwellings had been built and another 15 dwellings had planning permission. This leaves no dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Wessington Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 143 dwellings
Recommended housing target 30 dwellings
Houses built 2011-14 33 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 15 dwellings
Residual Requirement 0 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 82 dwellings. However, the houses already built within the Plan period meet the recommended housing target. We do not need to find land to allocate for housing.

Wessington Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
WES/1501
10
10
WES/1602
25
25
(1) WES/2101
11
11
WES/2102
36
36
36
Sub Total
82
0
0
36
82
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
9
0
Total
82
0
9
36
82
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Wessington Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Wessington map

(7) Wingerworth

The recommended growth for Wingerworth is 465 dwellings (excluding Avenue Strategic Site) over the 20 year Plan Period 2011 to 2031. Up to 31st March 2014, 10 dwellings had been built and another 209 dwellings (excluding Avenue Strategic Site) had planning permission. This leaves another 246 dwellings to allocate in the Local Plan.

Wingerworth Housing Requirement 2011 - 2031:

Existing No. of Dwellings at 2011 2,739 dwellings
Recommended housing target 465 dwellings (excl. Avenue Strategic Site)
Houses built 2011-14 10 dwellings
Planning Permissions at 31/03/2014 (minus 12% delivery) 209 dwellings (excl. Avenue Strategic Site)
Residual Requirement 246 dwellings

The map and table below show the potential sites from which the Council can select. This includes land that can accommodate 1,014 dwellings. We need to find land for 246 houses – this is 1/4th of the potential sites below.

Wingerworth Housing Capacity

Site Reference Total Potential Yield Existing dwellings to be demolished Planning Permissions prior to 31.03.2014* Planning Permissions from 01.04.2014 Yield available (excl. PPs before 01.04.2014)**
(1) WW/701
12
12
(2) WW/702
242
242
(2) WW/704
227
227
(1) WW/705
20
1
19
(1) WW/1605
178
178
178
(5) WW/1609
387
51
336
Sub Total (1)
1,066
0
51
178
1,014
WW/1610
(Strategic Site)
469
469
0
Sub Total (2)
469
0
469
0
0
Total
(1) + (2)
1,535
0
520
178
1,014
Other Sites with Planning Permissions***
1
1
Total
1,535
0
520
179
1,015
Sites which could be built before 2022 (i.e. within 5 years of Local Plan Part 1 adoption)
Sites with potential to be built after 2022
* The numbers of dwellings from permissions granted before 31.03.2014 have already been accounted for in 'Wingerworth Housing Requirement Table' shown above
** The yield available excludes PPs granted before 01.04.2014
*** Includes sites with Planning Permission of 5 or more dwellings, except for Potential Development Sites where all Planning Permissions are included i.e. for 1 or more dwelling
Wingerworth map
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