F1. Support the completion of 400 dwellings in a range of tenures, sizes, types and prices, by 2024. Rationale: 400 dwellings represents six years of the Yorkshire Dales Local Plan housing target, adjusted pro rata for the larger area of the extended National Park. It is an ambitious figure – well above the ‘objectively assessed need’ for housing in the National Park. Setting an ambitious target is considered necessary to try to retain viable communities living in the National Park. Delivery will be challenging as developable land is almost wholly privately owned, is not freely available or commands unrealistic expectations of value. A range of housing types and tenures are needed but the focus remains on trying to deliver housing that is affordable and/or otherwise satisfies local needs. Lead partners: Craven District Council; Eden District Council; Richmondshire District Council; South Lakeland District Council; Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority; Supporting partners: Housing Associations; North Yorkshire County Council; Cumbria County Council; Lancashire County Council; Upper Dales Community Partnership; Parish Councils Further information: Delivering new homes (YDNPA) Cost over 5 years: £48,700,000 Funding shortfall: £26,200,000 Related objectives: A9; E8; E9; F2; F3; F5 Ecosystem services: None Trade-offs: Delivery of the target will rely on sites that already have planning permission or are allocated in the Local Plan. These sites have already been assessed and found to be acceptable in terms of their impacts. Further land will need to be made available and will be subjected to the same processes to ensure that impacts are mitigated or reduced, using the policies set out in the Yorkshire Dales Local Plan. Baseline: 0 Progress: 13 new dwellings were completed in 2018/19.