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Last edited 28 Sep 2020
Housing Capacity Study
The London Plan, Published by the Mayor of London in March 2016, suggests that a Housing Capacity Study (HCS) is: ‘A process for identifying future housing capacity across an area to inform the development of housing policy and proposals. Housing capacity studies have been superseded in Planning Policy Statement 3: Housing (PPS3) by Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessments (SHLAAs).'
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