Housing: Planning Permission:Written question - HL9096

Asked on: 28 June 2018
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Housing: Planning Permission
To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they intend to impose a maximum amount of open market housing allowed in proposals for Entry Level Exception Sites in the draft National Planning Policy Framework.
Answered on: 11 July 2018

The draft National Planning Policy Framework proposal for Entry Level Exception Sites did not include a local connection criterion or a maximum amount of open market housing. The draft Framework set out that a high proportion of the homes on the site would need to be entry-level homes offered for discounted sale or rent. The policy is designed to provide additional housing for first time buyers and renters, where it is needed.

This was consulted on as part of the draft National Planning Policy Framework. We are currently considering responses to the consultation and will publish the final National Planning Policy Framework in the summer. The department does not hold information on expected land values of sites brought forward as Entry Level Exception Sites.

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