Brownfield Land Register
The Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017 require local planning authorities to maintain a register of their brownfield sites that are suitable for housing. Brownfield land is an important part of sustainable local planning and development. Data on brownfield land has a wide range of uses, including:
- planning for housing-led development
- creating new digital services
- giving community members insight into local development
The sites on the Brownfield Land Register should be at least 0.25 ha in size or capable of supporting at least 5 dwellings. Sites which have planning permissions that have not been implemented can be included. Gloucester's Brownfield Land Register (December 2019) is available below as are maps of the sites identified. Please note that at this point in time the council has not identified any sites to be put forward into Part 2 of the Register – to be considered for Permission in Principle. Every December the Register will be updated. The Council is always willing to consider new sites submitted for consideration, either through a formal ‘call for sites’ when this happens or through sites submitted at any time. If you would like to submit a site, please download the form below, complete it in full and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org Please note the requirement to provide a site plan/map.
The data on this webpage is provided under the Open Government Licence