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We are currently experiencing a technical issue affecting the outstanding balance shown for Council Tax and NNDR accounts online. We apologise for the inconvenience and are working to fix this issue as soon as possible.

Evidence library

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When preparing policy documents, it is very important to have strong and credible evidence to support them. This evidence can take a variety of forms and cover many topics.

Housing Need and Demand Assessment - December 2022

Central Lancashire Employment Land update - February 2022

Central Lancashire Housing Study - March 2020

The Central Lancashire Housing Study (2020) (PDF) [851KB] can be downloaded here.

Preston Retail and Leisure Study - October 2019

The Retail and Leisure Study includes a review of Preston's city and local centres as defined within the current development plan for Preston, consisting of the adopted Preston Local Plan (2015) and the Preston City Centre Area Action Plan, adopted in 2016.

Preston City Transport Plan - October 2019

The Preston City Transport Plan (2019) (PDF) [8MB] can be downloaded here.

Student Accommodation Demand and Supply Study for Preston - August 2019

The Student Accommodation Demand and Supply Study (PDF) [1MB] can be downloaded here, along with the Preston Local Plan Student Accommodation Policy Notes (HS6) (PDF) [166KB] .

Gypsy and Traveller and Travelling Show person accommodation assessment - July 2019

The Central Lancashire 2019 Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment (PDF) [1MB] (GTAA) analyses the latest available evidence to identify the accommodation needs of Gypsies and Travellers and Travelling Show people across the study area.

Central Lancashire Employment Land Study - Objectively Assessed Needs Update 2019 - April 2019

This study provides an update up to the period of 2036 of the Objectively Assessed Need section of the Central Lancashire Employment Land Review (November 2017).

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