Housing land information

Housing completions

Regularly updated house completions information is produced in a variety of forms

Map and analytics of houses built

The traditional downloadable spreadsheet reporting monthly completions is also available

Housing Land Audit 2018

This audit provides information on the available housing land supply to meet aspirations for the delivery of new homes up to 2032 using a base date of 1 June 2018. The audit allows us:

  • To monitor the availability of effective sites
  • To identify progress of sites through the planning process
  • To provide analysis on house completions

It details all sites allocated for housing in Local Development Plans throughout the Highland Council area, as well as "windfall" sites (sites of 4 or more houses which have received planning permission for housing).

For each site, information on permissions and completions has been collected and brought together with likely build rate of development on each site.

Contributions for the audit were requested and received from developers, housing associations/trusts and landowners. These comments were considered along with council officers views and the resultant likely programming for each site is contained in: The Housing Land Audit 2018.
 
Links to individual maps and schedules for individual settlement zones are provided in the above summary document with the same detailed sites and programming accessible through the storymap and interactive map.

View the Housing Land Audit 2018 Storymap

View the interactive map

The information in this Housing Land Audit 2018 is aligned with the annual School Roll Forecasts and supports relevant Delivery Programmes.

Housing Land Audit 2017

This audit provides information on the available housing land supply to meet aspirations for the delivery of new homes up to 2031 using a base date of 1 June 2017. The audit allows us:

  • To monitor the availability of effective sites
  • To identify progress of sites through the planning process
  • To provide analysis on house completions

It details all sites allocated for housing in Local Development Plans throughout the Highland Council area, as well as "windfall" sites (sites of 4 or more houses which have received planning permission for housing).

For each site, information on permissions and completions has been collected and brought together with likely build rate of development on each site.

Consultation on a Draft Audit was carried out from Monday 17 July 2017 to midnight on Sunday 18 August 2017. Contributions were received from developers, housing associations and trusts, landowners, community groups and individuals. These comments were considered and resultant view for each site is contained in : The Housing Land Audit 2017.
 
Links to individual maps and schedules for individual settlement zones are provided in the audit report document - the same sites and programming can also be accessed through the following interactive map.

View the interactive map


The information in this Housing Land Audit 2017 is aligned with the Inner Moray Firth LDP Delivery Programme and the annual School Roll Forecasts.

Housing Land Audit 2016

This audit gives information on the available housing land supply to meet aspirations for the delivery of new homes up to 2036 using a base date of 1 January 2016.

The audit allows us:

  • To monitor the availability of effective sites
  • To identify progress of sites through the planning process
  • To provide analysis on house completions

Consultation on the Draft Audit was carried out from 4 July to 22 July 2016. No comments were received in this period.

The Housing Land Audit 2016 and Housing Land Audit 2016 Cairngorms National Park Addendum offer links to detailed individual settlement schedules containing a map and data relating to each site.

View the interactive map

Individual maps and schedules for individual settlement zones are provided in the audit document.

The audit details all sites allocated for housing in Local Development Plans throughout the Highland Council area, as well as "windfall" sites (sites of 4 or more houses which have received planning permission for housing).

For each site, information on permissions and completions has been collected and brought together with likely build rate of development on each site.

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