Brownfield land register

A brownfield land register provides information on previously developed sites which are considered appropriate for residential development.

Like other councils, we have to produce and publish a brownfield land register before the end of December 2017. We are drafting our register for publication this month and will then update it at least once a year. 

Suggest a site for the brownfield land register

To help us draft our brownfield land register, we previously asked you to suggest sites that you think we should consider allocating for development.  Although the formal 'call for sites' consultation has now closed, we still encourage you to suggest sites for the register. Because we will publish the first register this month, any new sites you suggest may not appear in it.

Sites should meet the definition of previously developed land and be able to accommodate at least five homes. To submit or withdraw a site for consideration, or to amend the details of a previously submitted site, please visit our Call for sites with development potential web page.

Sites suggested will also help us update our Strategic Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment, which is a technical study that identifies sites with housing and employment potential across Rushmoor.

Important information about brownfield site register entries

There is no guarantee that we will enter suggested sites into our brownfield land register. If a site is included in our brownfield land register, it does not guarantee that we will grant it planning permission.

 
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