Dear Dorset Council,

Following the publicity (given by The Local government Association) to the current existence of over 1,100,000 homes with planning permission that have not yet been built, what is the Dorset Council component of that number ?

Yours faithfully,

Gerald Rigler

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Dear Mr Rigler,

 

Information Request – reference no. DC3433

 

Thank you for your information request dated 10^th May, which has been
dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).

 

Our response to your request is as follows:

 

Our Planning colleagues have informed us that this information is actually
all in the public domain; under Section 21 of the FOIA we may provide
links to publicly available information rather than re-producing it. The
information can be found within the published five-year land supply
reports which are available on our website at:

[1]https://www.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/plannin...

 

At the moment there are separate reports covering each of the local plan
areas across Dorset, but the figures can be added together.

 

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