Black Country Core Strategy Issue and Option Report

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Appendix A Black Country Local Plan Documents

Dudley

Brierley Hill Area Action Plan – 2011

Halesowen Area Action Plan – 2013

Stourbridge Area Action Plan – 2013

Community Infrastructure Levy - 2015

Dudley Borough Development Strategy – 2017

Sandwell

Smethwick Area Action Plan – 2008

Tipton Area Action Plan - 2008

Site Allocations and Delivery Development Plan Document (2011-21) – 2012

West Bromwich Area Action Plan – 2012

Community Infrastructure Levy - 2015

Walsall

Walsall Unitary Development Plan (saved policies) - 2005

DRAFT Site Allocation Document (submitted June 2017)

DRAFT Walsall Town Centre Area Action Plan (submitted June 2017)

Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton Unitary Development Plan (saved policies) – 2006

Bilston Corridor Area Action Plan – 2011

Stafford Road Corridor Area Action Plan – 2011

Wolverhampton City Centre Area Action Plan – 2016

Tettenhall Neighbourhood Plan – 2014

Heathfield Park Neighbourhood Plan - 2014

(1) Appendix B Black Country Housing Trajectory

Year

Black Country Core Strategy Housing Target

Actual Completions / Trajectory

Cumulative Core Strategy Target

Cumulative Actual to Date

Cumulative Trajectory

2006/7

2625

2838

2625

2838


2007/8

2625

1829

5250

4667


2008/9

2625

1415

7875

6082


2009/10

2625

2642

10500

8724


2010/11

2626

1951

13126

10675


2011/12

2625

2457

15751

13132


2012/13

2625

2296

18376

15428


2013/14

2625

2145

21001

17573


2014/15

2625

3129

23626

20702


2015/16

2635

2549

26261

23251

23251

2016/17

2448

3206

28709


26457

2017/18

2448

4801

31157


31258

2018/19

2448

4854

33605


36112

2019/20

2448

4688

36053


40800

2020/21

2448

4340

38501


45140

2021/22

4899

4295

43400


49435

2022/23

4900

4203

48300


53638

2023/24

4900

4159

53200


57797

2024/25

4900

4015

58100


61812

2025/26

4901

3946

63001


65758

2006-26

63001

65758

63001


65758


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Appendix C Black Country Monitoring Summary

Net new homes


Target Period / Year

BCCS / Local Authority Target

Completions at 2016

Overall Progress

Dudley

2006 -2016

8112

5652

-2460

Sandwell

7421

7168

-253

Walsall

5067

6137

1070

Wolverhampton

5662

4266

-1396

Black Country

26262

23223

-3039

High Quality Employment Land (ha)


Target Period / Year

BCCS / Local Authority Target

Baseline (2009) Ha

HQ Ha at 2016

Change in HQ at 2016 from Baseline

Overall Progress against target

Dudley

2016

197

158

158

0

-39

Sandwell

289

174

174

0

-115

Walsall

149

98*

122

+24

-27

Wolverhampton

224

123

187

+64

-37

Black Country

859

553

641

+88

-218

Local Quality Employment Land (ha)


Target Period / Year

BCCS / Local Authority Target

Baseline (2009) Ha

LEL Ha at 2016

Change in LEL at 2016 from Baseline

Overall Progress against target

Dudley

2016

580

669

602

-67

22 surplus

Sandwell

923

1059

990

-69

67 surplus

Walsall

519

731*

616

-115

97 surplus

Wolverhampton

526

629

486

-143

- 40

Black Country

2548

3088

2694

-394

146 surplus

Gross Employment Land (ha)


Target Period / Year

BCCS / Local Authority Target

Baseline (2009) Ha

Gross Ha at 2016

Change in Gross Employment Land at 2016 from Baseline

Overall Progress against target

Dudley

2016

777

827

760

-67

-17

Sandwell

1214

1251

1164

-69

-50

Walsall

658

829*

738

-91

80 surplus

Wolverhampton

743

752

673

-79

-70

Black Country

3392

3659

3335

-297

-57

New Office Floor Space in Strategic Centres (sqm)


Target Period / Year

BCCS / Local Authority Target

Completions at 2016

Overall Progress Against Target

Dudley

2006-2026

220,000

0


Sandwell

13467

Walsall

10368

Wolverhampton

4409

Black Country

28244

-191,756

Additional Comparison Floorspace (sqm)


Target Period / Year

BCCS / Local Authority Target

Completions at 2016

Overall Progress Against Target

Brierley Hill

2006-2021

65,000

0

-65000

West Bromwich

45,000

15593

-29407

Walsall

60,000

3368

-56632

Wolverhampton

70,000

4333

-65667

Black Country

240,000

23294

-216,706

Hectares accessible open space per 1,000 population


Target Period / Year

BCCS Target

Baseline OS provision (Ha per 1000 population)

2016 baseline OS provision (Ha per 1000 population)

Change in OS Provision (ha per 1000 pop’n) at 2016

Overall Progress Against Target (Ha per 100 population)

Dudley

2006 - 2026

5.08

4.51 (2009)

4.51

0

-0.57

Sandwell

4.42

3.42 (2007)

3.90**

+0.48

-0.52

Walsall

5.00

5.00 (2006)

4.55

-0.45

-0.45

Wolverhampton

4.74

4.63 (2007)

4.95

+0.32

+0.21

Black Country

19.24

17.56

17.91

0.35

-1.33

* Walsall employment land 2009 baseline figures have been reassessed since adoption of the Core Strategy in light of more detailed information

** Sandwell 2016 figure based on Green Space Audit 2013 and population figures from Census 2011


Appendix D Abbreviations

AAP Area Action Plan

CIL Community Infrastructure Levy

EDNA Economic Development Needs Assessment

EIG Environmental Infrastructure Guidance

HIA Health Impact Assessment

HMA Housing Market Area

NPPF National Planning Policy Framework

OAN Objectively Assessed Housing Need

SAD Site Allocations Document

SHMA Strategic Housing Market Assessment

SHLAA Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment



[1] Retail development (including warehouse clubs and factory outlet centres); leisure, entertainment facilities the more intensive sport and recreation uses (including cinemas, restaurants, drive-through restaurants, bars and pubs, night-clubs, casinos, health and fitness centres, indoor bowling centres, and bingo halls); offices; and arts, culture and tourism development (including theatres, museums, galleries and concert halls, hotels and conference facilities).

[2] Walsall Council identifies Town Centres as District Centres in the saved Walsall UDP.

[3] Through Walsall’s emerging Site Allocation Document a new local centre has been identified – Blackwood Local Centre.

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