All local planning authorities in England are required to produce and publish a register of previously developed land, generally termed “brownfield land”, that is regarded as being appropriate for residential development.
The registers are to be in two parts:
- Part 1 to include sites that have been assessed as being appropriate for residential development, such as sites with planning permission, allocations in local plans; and
- Part 2 to be those sites in Part 1 that are regarded as being suitable for the grant of planning permission in principle for residential development.
Currently, the register only contains sites in Part 1.
Download the register which includes links to the site maps. This will be updated at least once a year.
More information on the Brownfield Land Register is available on the GOV.UK website.