LPA online application percentages (2011) – Updated
The following group of local authorities have all averaged more than 60% of their planning applications online throughout quarters 1-3, 2011, 22 of them have averaged greater than 70%. A fantastic performance I hope you’ll agree.
Particular mention should go to Melton who have risen from 52.1% to 78.5% online and Stevenage from 43.6% to 68.8%.
|Ealing Council London Borough||88.0%|
|Brecon Beacons NPA (Powys NP)||85.5%|
|London Borough of Hackney||85.4%|
|Hinckley and Bosworth||84.1%|
|Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough||81.7%|
|Oadby and Wigston||80.1%|
|Merton Council LB||74.1%|
|Lambeth Council LB||73.6%|
|Westminster City Council||72.3%|
|Bedford Borough Council||71.6%|
|King’s Lynn and West Norfolk||71.1%|
|Tower Hamlets LB||71.1%|
|Stoke on Trent UA||70.7%|
|Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea||70.6%|
|Islington Council LB||69.1%|
|East Riding of Yorkshire UA||68.9%|
|Haringey Council London Borough||66.3%|
|Greenwich Council London Borough||63.7%|
The data is not exact and should be taken as a close approximation using the most recently available PS1 returns.
In Quarter 3, 2011, 126 local authorities in England and Wales achieved this same milestone. I’ll be following up in the near future with features on some of these authorities and also on some of the individuals and teams that are making an impact.