HOUSING DELIVERY TEST PREDICTIONS

The 112 councils in line to face the next set of housing delivery test sanctions

The 112 councils in line to face the next set of housing delivery test sanctions

Using the latest government data on new homes created, research by Planning suggests that 112 councils are likely to be penalised when the next housing delivery test results are published, while eight are likely to face the most severe sanction.

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What predicted housing delivery test sanctions might mean for councils' five year land supplies

What predicted housing delivery test sanctions might mean for councils' five year land supplies

Planning has forecast that this year's housing delivery test is likely to mean that 19 councils are likely to be required to increase their housing land supply. Where this results in local authorities falling short of their required five-year supply, some tough challenges lie ahead, say practitioners.

The councils that could face the housing delivery test's presumption penalty in November 2020

The councils that could face the housing delivery test's presumption penalty in November 2020

Almost one in five authorities could face the housing delivery test's most severe penalty in November 2020 if their housebuilding rates do not increase, according to Planning research.

The 20 councils we predict will have the most improved housing delivery test results for 2019

The 20 councils we predict will have the most improved housing delivery test results for 2019

Lichfield, Salford and Cheshire East councils are the authorities that look likely to have the most improved year-on-year scores under the 2019 housing delivery test, according to research by Planning.

The 20 councils that we predict will have the highest housing delivery rates under the 2019 test

The 20 councils that we predict will have the highest housing delivery rates under the 2019 test

Cheshire West and Chester, Vale of White Horse and Cambridge councils are the authorities that look likely to have the highest rates of new homes provision under the 2019 housing delivery test, according to research by Planning.

The councils that we predict will have to produce a housing delivery action plan for the first time under the 2019 test

The councils that we predict will have to produce a housing delivery action plan for the first time under the 2019 test

Twenty-three councils would, under the 2019 housing delivery test, have to for the first time produce a housing delivery action plan outlining how they will boost the provision of new homes in their area, according to research by Planning.

The 20 councils we predict will be able to reduce their housing land supply thanks to the 2019 delivery test

The 20 councils we predict will be able to reduce their housing land supply thanks to the 2019 delivery test

Twenty councils are likely to be able to reduce their housing land supply under the 2019 housing delivery test, according to research by Planning.

The 19 councils we predict will be required to increase their housing land supply under the 2019 delivery test

The 19 councils we predict will be required to increase their housing land supply under the 2019 delivery test

Nineteen councils are likely to have to increase their housing land supply so that it provides for 20 per cent more homes than needed to meet their five year target under the 2019 housing delivery test, according to research by Planning.

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