Housing Land Audit
Housing Land Audits are the established means for monitoring housing land. They have 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 Stirling Council Housing Land Audit provides a comprehensive description of all current sites for housing in the Stirling Council area outwith the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. It identifies all housing land on a site by site basis. All housing sites with a capacity of 4 or more dwellings are included; new build, as well as conversions and sub-divisions.
This information is vital to the preparation of the Local Development Plan and the Audit process enables adjustments to the supply to be made in response to the issues identified. The completion of an annual Audit is important so that it reflects the changing nature of housing markets and market conditions. Stirling Council Housing Land Audits for the last six years are available to view below.
- Housing Land Audit 2010
- Housing Land Audit 2011
- Housing Land Audit 2012
- Housing Land Audit 2013
- Housing Land Audit 2014
- Housing Land Audit 2015
- Housing Land Audit 2016