Brownfield Land Register
View the Babergh & Mid Suffolk Brownfield Land Register (21 Dec 2017) (CSV file)
Please note that:
- The minimum net dwellings (column R on Part 1 of Register) shows the estimated dwelling yield as calculated through the SHELAA process
- All information was correct at the time of publication
- Details of qualifying sites that benefit from Full or Outline planning permission will be added in due course
Government requires local planning authorities in England to prepare, maintain, and publish a register of brownfield land that has been assessed as being suitable for housing development.
The register, which is divided into two parts, comprises a standard set of information. It is also intended that the register - which is to be kept up-to-date (normally at least once a year) and be made publicly available - will help provide certainty for both developers and communities, and encourage investment in local areas.
Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils have prepared a single register which covers both districts (see link above). Further updates will be undertaken consistent with the Councils' usual Joint Annual Monitoring Report publication processes and time-scales.
For additional information see also the Governments Brownfield Registers and Permissions in Principle guidance / FAQs webpage.