The Brownfield Land Register is a requirement for all Local Planning Authorities through the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act (2004) and the Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017.
The Register encourages the reuse of brownfield sitesor “previously development land” as defined by the National Planning Policy Framework and is intended to speed up the planning process for such sites. The register focuses on the redevelopment of sites for residential use but can include other uses such as offices and retail provided they support a residential element.
The Register comprises of two parts:
A brownfield site is included in the register where it:
In addition to the above, the following points are also considered as part of the process to assess the suitability of brownfield sites for residential development. This is in accordance with national guidance.
You can see a map of the brownfield sites contained in the register using the links below.
We’re legally obliged to publish a register of the brownfield land available for development in South Oxfordshire. We’ve put this register together according to the government’s guidance.
The Brownfield Register was updated in December 2020.
Download a copy of the brownfield land register
The relevant maps for sites on the register are as follows: