These housing statistics cover the period between 1 April 2021 and 31 March 2022.
Housing completions 2021/22
There were 319 net additional dwellings that were completed during the year. The largest sites where dwellings are being built are as follows.
|Sites – all under construction||Built during 2021/22||Total to be built on site|
|South of West Thurrock Way and east of Euclid Way, West Thurrock – 'Renovo', developer Bellway Homes||113||456|
|Land south of A1303, Stanford-le-Hope – 'Stanford Meadows', developer Persimmon Homes||83||127|
|Tilbury Market, Calcutta Road, Tilbury – developer Thurrock Council||35||35|
Completions by ward were as follows.
|Aveley and Uplands||8|
|Chadwell St Mary||4|
|Chafford and North Stifford||0|
|Corringham and Fobbing||0|
|Little Thurrock Blackshots||0|
|Little Thurrock Rectory||0|
|Stanford East and Corringham Town||1|
|Tilbury Riverside and Thurrock Park||38|
|Tilbury St Chads||0|
|West Thurrock and South Stifford||114|
Thurrock housing completions 2012/13 to 2021/22
New and converted dwellings on previously developed land
192 (60.2%) of the 319 dwelling completions that took place were on previously developed land (PDL).
Affordable housing completions
64 affordable houses were completed during 2021/22. This was 24.7% of the total 259 annual completions on all large housing sites of over 10 dwellings. Adopted policy provides that the council will seek the minimum provision of 35% of the total number of residential units built to be affordable housing.
100% affordable housing was provided on Thurrock Council-built schemes – the 35 new dwellings on land at Tilbury Market, Calcutta Road, Tilbury.
Density of completed dwellings
In 2021/22 there were 259 dwellings built on sites of 10 dwellings or more. The range of density of these is shown in the table below.
|Density of less than 30 dwellings per hectare||Density of between 30 and 70 dwellings per hectare||Density of above 70 dwellings per hectare|
|28 (10.8%)||83 (32.1%)||148 (57.1%)|