This site uses cookies (small files stored on your computer) for basic functions and to help us make your experience better. You can find out more on our Privacy and Cookies page.. Some parts of the site may not work properly if you choose not to accept cookies and by continuing to use this site you agree to our Privacy and cookies policy.

Council Services:

Joint housing land availability study

Joint Housing Land Availability Study

It is a requirement for every local planning authority in Wales to undertake a Joint Housing Land Availability Study (JHLAS) on an annual basis in order to monitor the supply of land that is available for housing in their areas.

Planning Policy Wales states that local planning authorities have to ensure that sufficient land is available, or will become available, to ensure a five year land supply for housing.

Technical Advice Note (TAN) 1, “Joint Housing Land Availability Studies” by the Welsh Government, provides guidance for calculating the available housing land supply.

Joint Housing Land Availability Study 2018

Following the adoption of the Anglesey and Gwynedd Joint Local Development Plan in July 2017, the Isle of Anglesey County Council and Gwynedd Council are undertaking a single Joint Housing Land Availability Study (JHLAS) for the Plan area i.e. the Anglesey Planning Authority Area and the Gwynedd Planning Authority Area.  

The 2018 Joint Housing Land Availability Study report notes the situation with regard to the supply of land for housing in the Anglesey Planning Authority Area and Gwynedd Planning Authority Area (excluding the Snowdonia National Park). For Anglesey, this report replaces the 2017 Housing Land Monitoring Statement.

Last update: 16 July 2018 Give feedback on this page
Bookmark with:
| More |

What are these?