This provides information on brownfield land that is suitable for housing.
The Council's first Brownfield Land Register was published by 31 December 2017, in accordance with the Town and Country Planning Regulations 2017. We will review the Register annually.
The Council has prepared Part 1 of the Brownfield Land Register.
'Brownfield Land' is sometimes called 'Previously Developed Land (PDL)'. A full definition is provided in Annex 2 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
The Brownfield Land Register has two parts which are described below.
All Local Planning Authorities are required to complete Part 1 of the Register.
To be considered for inclusion on Part 1 of the Register, any brownfield site must meet the criteria below;
(a) the land has an area of at least 0.25 hectares or is capable of supporting at least 5 dwellings;
(b) the land is suitable for residential development;
(c) the land is available for residential development; and
(d) residential development of the land is achievable (i.e. is likely to take place within 15 years of being entered onto the Register).
You can view the brownfield register on the link below:
Part 2 of the Register is optional for Local Planning Authorities. West Devon Borough Council is not producing Part 2 of the Register at this time.
Part 2 of the Register consists of sites selected from Part 1 which have been granted permission in principle for residential development.
The Council has reviewed its Brownfield Land Register (Part 1). The review consisted of:
The Council will update the register annually. You may nominate a site to be considered for Part 1 of the Register at any time, although the Council may not consider the eligibility of a site to be included on the register until the next review of the Register takes place.
If you wish to submit a brownfield site for consideration please download and complete theand send together with a map to Strategic.Planning@swdevon.gov.uk at West Devon Borough Council. Any submissions received will be considered for inclusion on the 2020 Register.
The 2020 Register will be published in December 2020. The Council will accept submissions up to 30 November 2020 to be considered in the 2020 review of the register.