Landowners across Harborough District are being urged to take advantage of a search for new sites for housing and employment.
Harborough District Council is currently looking for sites to accommodate new homes across the area as well as land for employment as part of a review of its Strategic Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA).
The council has invited all landowners to submit sites they wish to be considered for allocation through a ‘Call for Sites’ exercise, which is open until June 4, 2021.
The Call for Sites is an opportunity for landowners, developers, agents, and site promoters to submit sites within or partially within Harborough District which are considered to have potential for development for a wide range of land uses.
Sites must provide at least five new homes or for employment provide a minimum of 0.25ha of developable land capable of delivering 500sqm of floor space and landowners must demonstrate why their land is suitable for development and how it would be deliverable.
William Young, associate director at property consultancy Fisher German, which has an office in Market Harborough, is urging landowners to seek advice to understand the potential of their land.
He said: “This is a
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