The 2012/13 update of the Sheffield and Rotherham Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) refreshes previous reports. It is published in 2 parts:
This part sets out the overall method and provides the final updated assessment of housing land supply for the Sheffield district, accompanied by the Sheffield site schedule and maps.
The housing land map will also help you find information on housing sites across Sheffield.
This lists the sites assessed as part of the 2013 SHLAA and land not included in the potential supply.
This divides the Sheffield district into numbered sections, which refer to the Site Schedule Annex A Maps below. The maps provide the location of each site assessed as part of the 2012/13 SHLAA.
This shows land not included in the potential supply but suggested by respondents to the Sheffield ‘Call-for-Sites’ or by respondents to the SDF City Policies and Sites consultation.
This part provides the assessment of supply for Rotherham, accompanied by the Rotherham site schedule. It also brings together the data for both districts to provide a picture of the total potential supply.
The SHLAA does not allocate land for housing development and does not make policy decisions on which sites should be developed.
The role of a SHLAA is to identify a pool of potential housing sites against which other policy considerations have to be balanced.
It will be used to support decision-making and does not pre-judge the strategic approach that the Sheffield and Rotherham Local Plans will eventually take.
An interim report was produced in July 2008 and the first update in March 2011, both of which are available by request: