We monitor the supply of housing land in Rutland and publish an annual five year land supply report:
- Five Year Land Supply Report (2023 - 2028) - May 2023
- Five Year Land Supply Report (2022 - 2027) - Update Quarter One and Two 2022
- Five Year Land Supply Report (2022 - 2027) - May 2022
- Five Year Land Supply Report (2021 - 2026) - Revised September 2021
- Five Year Land Supply Report (2021 - 2026) - Update Quarter One and Two 2021
- Five Year Land Supply Report (2020 - 2025) - August 2020
- Five Year Land Supply Report (2019 - 2024) - June 2019
Interim Position Statement for housing development
Our housing supply position is kept under review.
If we're able to demonstrate a five-year supply of housing is required in national policy, then planning law requires that planning permission applications must be determined in accordance with the development plan - unless material indications state otherwise. But if supply falls below five years, our interim decision statement will be used to determine planning applications.
Small Site Windfall Study
'Windfall development' is the term used for the development of any land that's not been specifically identified as available in the local plan process.
Windfall sites are typically previously developed or infill sites that become unexpectedly available
Small site Windfall development has formed a significant part of the overall supply of past residential development in Rutland.
The National Planning Policy Framework states that local planning authorities may make an allowance for windfall sites as part of their anticipated supply if they have compelling evidence that such sites have consistently become available in the local area and will continue to provide a reliable source of supply.
Evidence in the Small Site Windfall Study supports the inclusion of an allowance for small windfall development in the calculation of Rutland's housing supply: