Guidance

Department for Transport's strategy for housing land supply

An overview of the Department for Transport’s plans, programmes, projects and strategies used in making decisions relating to our housing land.

Documents

Land strategy: housing land supply

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Land strategy: housing land supply annex D

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Land strategy: housing land supply annex E

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Details

This land strategy sets out an overview of our plans, programmes and projects as well as the strategy to be followed by officials in making property related decisions relating to housing land held by the Department for Transport (DfT).

The DfT is a federated organisation and comprises a central department (responsible for policy decisions), seven executive agencies (responsible for operational delivery) and other associate bodies (such as High Speed One, High Speed Two and British Railways Board (Residuary). The diverse nature of the business operations requires DfT and its agencies to hold a complex range of assets in order to facilitate its business delivery.

Published 5 October 2011