The annual Housing Land Audit (HLA) is a statement of housing land supply within the administrative boundary of Argyll and Bute Council (excluding the area of the Council that is part of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park).
The HLA has two key functions; to demonstrate the availability of sufficient effective land to meet the requirement for a continuous five-year supply; and to provide a snapshot of the amount of land available for the construction of housing at any particular time.
The audit is therefore an integral part of monitoring the progress of the housing supply as set out in the Local Development Plan and the information provided by the audits to inform the identification of land supply in future LDPs.
From 2016 onwards the Argyll and Bute Housing Land Audits are provided in the online Storymap format.
As well as a range of information and statistics the Storymaps contain interactive map sections that allow you to pan and zoom to various information including the housing sites detailed in the appendices. The Housing Land Audit text is displayed on the left hand side of the screen with any associated mapping on the right hand side. You can use the zoom tools to help navigate to specific areas and the legend drop down box to provide more information on the symbols and sites shown.
2018 Housing Land Audit
The 2018 HLA provides a snapshot of the picture of availability of
housing land on 31st March 2018
2017 Housing Land Audit
The 2017 HLA provides a snapshot of the picture of availability of housing land on 31st March 2017.
2016 Housing Land Audit
The 2016 HLA provides a snapshot of the picture of availability of housing land on 31st March 2016.