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Brownfield Site Register

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Brownfield Register

From 16th April 2017 a new duty has been placed on local planning authorities to prepare, maintain and publish a register of previously developed land (brownfield land) which is suitable for residential development. The register must be reviewed at least once each year.

The Government is committed to maximising the number of new homes built on suitable brownfield land and has set out its intention to ensure that 90% of suitable brownfield sites have planning permission for housing by 2020.

Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017 makes provision for local authorities to prepare, maintain and publish a register of brownfield land. The register should identify previously developed sites in the borough that we have assessed as being suitable for housing.

The register comprises a standard set of information, prescribed by the Government that will be kept up-to-date, and made publicly available. The purpose of the register is to provide certainty for developers and communities and encourage investment in local areas. The registers will then be used to monitor the Government’s commitment to the delivery of brownfield sites.

The Brownfield Register is published under the Open Government Licence and is available in the following format:

 The register comprises:

  • Brownfield sites that have been granted planning permission and are either under construction (with no residential units completed) or not started
  • Brownfield sites that are allocated for residential development in our Adopted Local Plan (2012-2031) that have been assessed as being deliverable and developable against the criteria in the National Planning Policy Framework.
  • SHLAA Sites that have been assessed as being deliverable and developable against the criteria in the National Planning Policy Framework.
  • SHLAA Sites that were removed from previous SHLAA reports due to them being under the threshold or being retained for employment use at the time.
  • Othe suitable Brownfield sites.

The Brownfield sites register was updated in December 2019.

The sites below have been removed from the register following this annual review:

Site Reference Site Name/Address Reason for Removal
ESBC-BR10 Former Alumasc Grundy Ltd Hawkins Lane Site is well underway and completions now on site.
ESBC-BR36 Model Dairy Farm Site is well underway and completions now on site.
ESBC-BR42 Adjacent  89 Rosliston Road  Stapenhill Site is now complete
ESBC-BR43 180 Horninglow Street Site is now complete
ESBC-BR46 County Court Building Burton Upon Trent Site is now complete
ESBC-BR48 4a, 5a and 6a Market Place  Burton upon Trent Site is now complete
ESBC-BR51 Former Burton Adult Training Centre Site is well underway and expected to be fully complete shortly

Town site maps can be viewed below:-

Each individual site maps can be viewed below:-

ESBC-BR1 ESBC-BR12 ESBC-BR24 ESBC-BR35 ESBC-BR52  
ESBC-BR2 ESBC-BR13 ESBC-BR25 ESBC-BR37 ESBC-BR53  
ESBC-BR3 ESBC-BR14 ESBC-BR26 ESBC-BR39 ESBC-BR54  
ESBC-BR4 ESBC-BR15 ESBC-BR27 ESBC-BR40 ESBC-BR55  
ESBC-BR5 ESBC-BR16 ESBC-BR29 ESBC-BR41 ESBC-BR56  
ESBC-BR6 ESBC-BR18 ESBC-BR30 ESBC-BR44    
ESBC-BR7 ESBC-BR19 ESBC-BR31 ESBC-BR45    
ESBC-BR8 ESBC-BR20 ESBC-BR32 ESBC-BR47    
ESBC-BR9 ESBC-BR22 ESBC-BR33 ESBC-BR49    
ESBC-BR11 ESBC-BR23 ESBC-BR34 ESBC-BR50    

Next Steps

We will update our statutory brownfield register on an annual basis, which may also include a call for sites in the future.

If you have any further questions please contact Planning Policy via email or call 01283 508611.