Brownfield Land Register
Local planning authorities are required by the Government to prepare and publish a Brownfield Land Register of previously developed (brownfield) land within their area that is considered suitable for residential development. The preparation and publication of the register is governed by the Town and Country (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017.
The Government' aim is for the Brownfield Land Register to improve the quality and consistencies of data on brownfield land held by local planning authorities. There is published guidance on understanding the Brownfield Land Register and frequently asked questions.
The Brownfield Land Register (published December 2017)
- Explanation of Register content
- Brownfield Land Register (PDF)
- Brownfield Land Register (CSV)
- Brownfield Land Register overview map
- Brownfield Land Register site location plans
The Register will be maintained and reviewed at least once a year to make sure it is up-to-date.
Call for sites
Between 8 September - 1 October 2017 the Council carried out a 'Call for sites' asking developers and landowners to submit previously developed land within the Borough as defined by the National Planning Policy Framework annex 2 definition of previously developed land for inclusion in part one of the Brownfield Land Register (BLR). If you have a site that you think should be considered for the annual review of the BLR, you can give us details using the call for sites form. You may want to read our guidance notes before filling in this form.
Note: If details of a site are provided, it doesn't automatically mean that it will be added to the register