Brownfield Land Register
About the Brownfield Land Register
The Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017 require Local planning authorities to prepare, maintain and publish a Brownfield Land Register. The Register comprises a list of Previously Developed (or Brownfield) sites that have the potential to accommodate residential development.
Part 1 comprises all sites categorised as Previously Developed Land (PDL)
Part 2 is a subset of the Part 1 Register and comprises sites that the Council deems suitable to grant 'Permission in Principle (PiP)'. PiP is similar to an outline planning permission in that it establishes the fundamental principles of development (in terms of the use, location and number of homes). A further Technical Details Consent is required prior to any development commencing.
In order to be entered onto the Brownfield Land Register, sites must qualify as Previously Developed Land (PDL) (see Annex 2 of the National Planning Policy Framework for a definition of PDL), and be:
A minimum of 0.25 hectares or be capable of accommodating at least 5 dwellings - although smaller sites may also be considered
Suitable - sites must be appropriate for residential use or a residential-led mixed use scheme, and must comply with national and local planning policies
Available - there must be a demonstrable landowner/developer intention to sell or develop the site
Achievable - sites must be developable within the next 15 years
The register can include sites allocated in the Local Plan or sites from other sources, regardless of whether they already have planning permission, provided they meet the criteria above.
Local planning authorities must publish their first Brownfield Land Register by 31 December 2017 and review their register at least once a year.
How to view the register
Part 1 of our Brownfield Land Register is available to download from the downloads section.
The register is available in csv and Excel formats, in accordance with Government guidance. By clicking on any of the web links in the SitePlanURL column of the register a new window will open to display a pdf map showing the boundary of that site. The pdf site maps are also available to download at the bottom of this web page.
We may opt to publish Part 2 in a subsequent annual update to the register. Should this occur, and as sites that we may propose for that part of the register are subject to consultation, we will provide information on this later once a timescale is agreed and known. If you wish to discuss any of the sites on the register, please contact Planning Policy on 01483 444471.
The planning status of sites in the register was correct as of 1 November 2018. Of sites with planning permission, only those where development had not yet commenced or been completed as of 1 November 2018 have been included as these sites were still considered to be available.
Submission of sites for inclusion in the register
If you wish to submit a site for consideration for inclusion in the next update of the Brownfield Land Register and/or Land Availability Assessment (LAA), then please ensure that you submit it to us by 31 October 2019. For information on the LAA and details of how to submit a potential site to us, please visit the Land Availability Assessment web page.
Ownership of sites
Please note that most of the sites in the Brownfield Land Register are privately, rather than publicly owned. The Council is not required to, and does not hold details of individual landowners of these sites, nor does it hold prices or have any control over their future sale. The Land Availability Assessment provides the names of landowners for some sites in the 'availability' section of the site proformas, where these details are known, however this information would only have been correct at the date of publication. To obtain up-to-date ownership details for any site, the Council advises that people contact HM Land Registry.
Maps of the sites included in Part 1 of the Brownfield Land Register
The maps of sites indicate the boundary of the extent of land that is clearly PDL and that meets paragraph 4(1) of the 2017 regulations, based on clear evidence available to the Council at the time of publication. Please note that the register is not necessarily definitive and other areas of PDL, about which the Council may not currently hold information, could potentially be considered appropriate for residential development as per paragraph 4(1). Sites on the register will be subject to full consideration through the normal planning application and pre-application processes.
|Site reference||Site address|
|Land at Guildford Park Road Surface Car Park, Guildford GU2 7NF|
|Land to the rear of 57, Manor Road, Tongham, GU10 1BA|
|The Flat, Dental Care, 26 Farnham Road, Guildford, GU2 4JN|
|Land to the rear of Woodbridge Hill Filling Station, Aldershot Road, Guildford, GU2 8AG|
|Works, Poyle Road, Tongham, GU10 1DS|
|Public House, Oxenden Road, Tongham|
|Builders Yard (Elms Garden), Glaziers Lane, Normandy|
|Slyfield Area Regeneration Project, Guildford|
|Land at Westway, off Aldershot Road, Guildford|
|Land at Guildford Cathedral, Alresford Road, Guildford|
|The Plaza, Portsmouth Road, Guildford|
|Jewsons, Walnut Tree Close, Guildford|
|Surrey Police Headquarters, Mount Browne, Sandy Lane, Guildford|
|Former Pond Meadow School, Pond Meadow, Guildford|
|Land between Farnham Road and the Mount, Guildford|
|Land at Coltsfoot Drive, 1 Bryony Road and garages, Guildford|
|Land between Gill Avenue and Rosalind Frankin Close, Guildford|
|Former Tyrrell site, Long Reach, Ockham|
|The Shed Factory, Portsmouth Road, Ripley|
|Former scrap yard, Aldershot Road, Worplesdon|
|Land and buildings at Guildford Railway Station, Guildford|
|Bright Hill Car Park, Sydenham Road, Guildford|
|North Street redevelopment, Guildford|
|Treetops Boarding Kennels and Loxhill Nursery, Old Portsmouth Road, Guildford|
|Kernal Court, Walnut Tree Close, Guildford|
|Old Reservoir, Oxford Terrace off Sydenham Road, Guildford|
|The Forge, 129 Ash Street, Ash|
|1 Ward Street, Guildford|
|Kingdom Hall, 236 High Street, Guildford|
|Finance House, Park Street, Guildford|
|Stadium Works, Oxenden Road, Tongham|
|White Lion Walk, High Street, Guildford|
|111 Epsom Road, Guildford|
|Land off Easington Place, Guildford|
|Land at Guildford Fire Station, 14a to 18 Ladymead, Guildford, GU1 1DL|
|13, Lower Edgeborough Road, Guildford, GU1 2DX|
|Garage, 92 Send Road, Send, GU23 7EZ|
|HM Prison Send, Ripley Road, Send, GU23 7LJ|
|Land at Oak Hill, Wood Street Village|
|Dryden Court, Lower Edgeborough Road, Guildford|
|Guildford Adult Education Centre, Sydenham Road, Guildford|
|Pewley Hill Centre, Guildford|
|City View Place, 67 Sydenham Road, Guildford|
|Howard of Effingham School & Lodge Farm, Lower Rd & Browns Field, Browns Lane, Effingham, Leatherhead|
|Hitherbury House, 97 Portsmouth Road, Guildford|
|Land at, 120-124 Ash Street, Ash, Guildford|
|Land to the East of South Cottage, White Horse Lane, Ripley|
|Hare And Hounds, 57 Broad Street, Guildford|
|Land at Guildford Park Road Surface Car Park, Guildford|
|Stonechat, Silkmore Lane, West Horsley, Leatherhead|
|The Legion, Millbrook, Guildford|
|Builders Yard, 9 Down Road, Guildford|
|Bell And Colvill (Horsley), Epsom Road, West Horsley, Leatherhead|
|Mount Manor House, 16 The Mount, Guildford|
|Hill Villa, Coopers Yard, Frog Grove Lane, Wood Street Village, Guildford|
|The Founders Studio, The Guildford School Of Acting, Millbrook, Guildford|
|1 Ward Street, Guildford|
|Stoke Mill, Woking Road, Guildford|
|Stoughton Social Club, 172 Worplesdon Road, Guildford|
|Day Nursery, 56 Epsom Road, Guildford|
|Roseberry, Keens Lane, Guildford|
|Inner Court, Pewley Hill, Guildford|
|Oldlands Field Yard, Garlicks Arch Copse, Portsmouth Road, Ripley|
|Alan Bettin Holdings Ltd, Seale Lane, Farnham|