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Employment Land Studies

In 2014 we commissioned the BE Group to prepare a review of Employment Land evidence, ahead of the Core Strategy examination. The final report is available to view below:

Please note that a correction was made to page 127 on 17th August 2015

Leicester and Leicestershire Employment Land Study - 2013

The Housing, Planning and Infrastructure Group of the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP) commissioned Lambert Smith Hampton, PACEC and Warwick BML to update the Leicester and Leicestershire Employment Land Review 2008.

The purpose of the study is to provide an up to date evidence base to inform emerging employment land policies in Local Plans.

SUE Housing and Employment Land Study

This study was commissioned by Prospect Leicester Shire in partnership with all councils that make up the Housing Market Area of Leicester and Leicestershire.

It seeks to provide further evidence of the functional link between housing and employment within sustainable urban extensions and will assist in decisions about the allocation of land for employment in future planning documents.

The study should be read alongside the Leicester and Leicestershire Employment Land Study (PACEC and Warwick Business Management Ltd, December 2008).

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