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POLICY DS6 - Phasing of Residential Allocations

The development of the allocated residential development site listed below will be restricted to
the phasing periods specified unless monitoring of the rate of development and land
availability reveals that modification of the proposed indicative phasing of residential
development is justified.

1996 - 2006   dwellings
Completions 1996 to 2004
2,235
dwellings
Sites under construction (1.4.2004) 210
dwellings
Existing Commitments (1.4.04)
343
dwellings
Windfall Allowance (2004 – 2006)
251
dwellings
Replacement dwellings allowance (2004 – 2006)
30
dwellings
H.1 North Site (part)
100
dwellings
H.2 Former Brooklyn Ford
0
dwellings
H.4 Lower Howsell Road
6
dwellings
H.7 Yates Hay Road
0
dwellings
H.9 Mill Farm, Guarlford Road
0
dwellings
     
Proposed phasing 1996 - 2006
3,175
dwellings

2006 – 2011

Windfall allowance 2006-2011     501  dwellings
Replacement dwellings allowance
     60
dwellings
H.1 North Site (part)    390
dwellings
H.3 Peachfields (railway sidings)
     15
dwellings
H.5 Worcester Road (at least)
     10
dwellings
H.6 Former garage site, Newtown Road
       8
dwellings
H.8 Worcester Road / Zetland Road
     15
dwellings
H.10 Lansdowne Crescent (hospital site)
     15
dwellings
H.11 Treasurers Site
     20
dwellings
H.12 QinetiQ S&T Site, St Andrews Road
     30 dwellings
H.13 Barrack Store Site, Court Road
     30
dwellings
     
Proposed phasing 2006 – 2011
   994
dwellings
     
Total provision 1996 – 2011
4,169
dwellings

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