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I have collected a number of documents as the site has grown and rather than scatter them throughout the site have pulled them all together here. The majority of them are rather large so you probably need to put a little bit of time to one side to work through them. If you know of any others that could usefully be included here please e-mail a link to mail@informfareham.org.uk and I shall endeavour to add them to the list.

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FBC Icon Fareham Borough Council
Fareham Local Plan Part 2: June 2015 The Development Sites and Policies Plan forms Part 2 of the Fareham Borough Local Plan and follows on from the adopted Fareham Borough Local Plan Part 1 (Core Strategy). Alongside Local Plan Part 3: The Welborne Plan, these Plans provide the Borough with policies to encourage growth and investment in housing and jobs, whilst providing protection to the natural environment.
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FBC Icon Fareham Borough Council
Fareham Local Plan Part 2: June 2014 Local Plan Part 2: Development Sites and Policies is one of three documents within the Fareham Local Plan. The Local Plan also includes Local Plan Part 1: Core Strategy (adopted in August, 2011), and Local Plan Part 3: The Welborne Plan, which is being prepared alongside this Plan.
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FBC Icon Fareham Borough Council
Fareham Local Plan Part 2: February 2014 Local Plan Part 2: Development Sites and Policies is one of three documents within the Fareham Local Plan. The Local Plan also includes Local Plan Part 1: Core Strategy (adopted in August, 2011), and Local Plan Part 3: The Welborne Plan, which is being prepared alongside this Plan.

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FBC Icon Buckland Development Ltd.
Statement of community involvement Buckland Development Limited (BDL) is committed to consulting with key stakeholders and the local community regarding its proposals for Welborne.

South Hampshire Strategic Housing Market Assessment
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South Hampshire Strategic Housing Market Assessment National planning policies have been changing over the last few years and in March 2013 the Government revoked the South East Plan. The National Planning Policy Framework, published in March 2012, requires local planning authorities to collaborate with one another in planning to meet future development needs. The Partnership for Urban South Hampshire (PUSH) has a long history and strong track record of joint working and this study will assist all eleven of the Hampshire local authorities to facilitate joint decision making in taking forward strategic planning in a sustainable manner.
Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) Update

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Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) Update The Government's planning policies are set out in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). One of its key aims is to deliver a wide choice of high quality homes. It is these objectives which provide the context for planning for housing through emerging development plans and planning decisions.
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Smarter SHMAs: A Review of Objectively Assessed Need in England
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Set up to fail: why housing targets based on flawed numbers threaten our countryside
Sajid Javid
Huffington Post
No One Else To Blame’: Government Set To Miss Its Own Housing Target By 12 Years
New figures show the Government is slow to sell off its own land
Housing cost graphResolution Foundation
Six key charts ahead of the housing White Paper Headlines often focus on runaway house prices and rocketing rents but it’s the relationship between housing costs and incomes that really matters. This first chart from our Housing Headwind report shows that households throughout the income distribution are spending a larger share of their income on housing than they were 20 years ago, but it is LMIs who really feel the pinch.
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Housing crisis? | Danny Dorling In a talk given at this year’s 4×4 event series in Manchester in July, social geographer Danny Dorling argued that the divide in our society is largely as a result of housing. Here we publish an adapted transcript of his talk.
Ian Mulheirn
Ian Mulheirn
Director of Consulting at Oxford Economics. Former think-tanker and HM Treasury economist. But these are personal ramblings.
Part 1: Is there *really* a housing shortage?
Part 2: Are housing costs high?
Part 3: Why are prices so high and will building more bring them down?
Home ownership graph The Architect's Journal icon The Architect's Journal
Housing crisis: 'Architects should challenge the issues of supply and demand'
John McRae of ORMS poses some of his own questions about the housing crisis - and offers some possible solutions
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South Hampshire Strategic Development Area (SDA)
This study has been commissioned by the Partnership for Urban South Hampshire (PUSH) as part of the evidence gathering process to support significant housing growth to 2026. It considers the deliverability of two Strategic Development Areas (SDAs) identified in the Draft South East Plan and confirmed by the Examination in Public Panel Report (August 2007) and the Secretary of State’s Proposed Modifications (July 2008). One of the SDAs is within Fareham Borough and the other is north/north east of Hedge End.


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