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Joint Housing Land Availability Studies in Wales

Local planning authorities in Wales are required to monitor the supply of housing land in their areas by completing Joint Housing Land Availability Studies each year.

View the latest Joint Housing Land Availability Study for each local planning authority in Wales on their websites:

Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council (external link)

Brecon Beacons National Park Authority (external link)

Bridgend County Borough Council (external link)

Caerphilly County Borough Council (external link)

The City of Cardiff Council (external link)

Carmarthenshire County Council (external link)

Ceredigion County Council (external link)

Conwy County Borough Council (external link)

Denbighshire County Council (external link)

Flintshire County Council (external link)

Gwynedd Council (external link)

Isle of Anglesey County Council (external link)

Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council (external link)

Monmouthshire County Council (external link)

Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council (external link)

Newport City Council (external link)

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority (external link)

Pembrokeshire County Council (external link)

Powys County Council (external link)

Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council (external link)

Snowdonia National Park Authority (external link)

City and County of Swansea (external link)

Torfaen County Borough Council (external link)

Vale of Glamorgan Council (external link)

Wrexham County Borough Council (external link)