SHLAA Summary of Sites
On the 13 January 2010 the WNJPU made a number of alterations to the information published as the SHLAA (Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment) documentation. The information is broken down into a heirachical structure that is not always logical. For example, much of the possible development in Northampton SE has been placed under the village heading 'Little Houghton'. There is also a group of 22 sites held in an entry called 'Nene Valley', within the Northampton section.
Click on the image to view the SHLAA details in full and read the JPU introduction and notes.
In the introduction you will find fifteen 'Context Maps' highlighting in red the areas of land involved. In particular, note the Context Map for the South of Northampton where the whole semi-circular arc south of the Northampton is bathed in red.
Sites that may be of direct interest to the residents of Brafield and the surrounding area in Northampton South East have been summarised here on our village site in tabular form such that they can be easily located. However, please note that there are many more sites listed all over South Northamptonshire, the Daventry region, north and west of Northampton, and in the Northampton area itself.
Each row has a link that takes you directly into the area within the main SHLAA structure. Following comments made to the JPU before Christmas, good quality larger scale maps are now available, in .pdf and .gif format. The ID of these is indicated in the table below. However, they are quite large files, and do not always download logically. You will need to follow the instructions given, and may need to save the maps locally before viewing them. Some smaller scale maps in documents on the site still do not load.
Each site has a section where any member of the public may add comments as to the suitability of that site for housing. You are not able to see comments made by other people. The JPU states that this information will only be available for viewing and commenting on until 11th February. Even if commenting ceases on-line at that time, being able to view this information should be available for much longer.
Note: 'D' denotes 'Discarded'.
If you wish to provide feedback to the WNJPU in the form of evidence regarding the suitability, or not, of sites for residential development, then the following link, SHLAA Feedback, may provide useful additional information.
Date last updated: 15 Jan 2010 Valid until: 31 Dec 2010