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The Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017

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1.—(1) The register must contain the following information in relation to each entry of land in Part 1—

(a)the local authority’s own reference for the land;

(b)the name and address of the land;

(c)a plan which identifies the land;

(d)location co-ordinates to identify a point on the land expressed as an east/west component and a north/south component;

(e)the co-ordinate reference system used for paragraph (d);

(f)the area of the land in hectares;

(g)the name of the local authority;

(h)the uniform resource identifier “URI” of the local authority expressed in the form http://opendatacommunities.org/id/ followed by the relevant type of authority and name of the local authority;

(i)the ownership status of the land expressed as—

(i)where the ownership is known to the local planning authority—

(aa)“owned by a public authority”,

(bb)“not owned by a public authority”, or

(cc)“mixed ownership”;

(ii)“unknown ownership” where the ownership is unknown or partly unknown to the local planning authority;

(j)where the land is “deliverable” a note to that effect;

(k)the planning status of the land, expressed as—

(i)“permissioned”,

(ii)“not permissioned”, or

(iii)“pending decision”;

(l)where the planning status is “permissioned”—

(i)the date that such permission was granted or deemed to have been granted; and

(ii)whether the grant of permission is—

(aa)“full planning permission”,

(bb)“outline planning permission”,

(cc)“reserved ‎matters approval”,

(dd)“permission in principle”,

(ee)“technical details consent”,

(ff)“planning permission granted ‎under a local development order, a mayoral development order or a neighbourhood development order”, or

(gg)“other”; ‎

(m)(i)a description of any proposed housing development; or

(ii)the minimum and maximum net number of ‎dwellings, given as a range, which, in the authority’s opinion, the land is capable of supporting;‎

(n)the minimum net number of dwellings which, in the authority’s opinion, the land is capable of supporting;

(o)where the development includes non-housing development, the scale of any such development and the use to which it is to be put;

(p)the date that the land was first entered in the register; and

(q)where applicable, the date that information about the land was last updated in the register.

(2) Where—

(a)land has been entered in Part 1,

(b)first publication of Part 1, (in accordance with paragraph (2) of regulation 3), has taken place, and

(c)the local planning authority have given requisite notice in accordance with paragraph (1) of regulation 6 of their intention to enter that land in Part 2,

the local planning authority must, within the period of 7 days beginning with the date on which the notice was first displayed, record in Part 1 in relation to that land the statement “proposed for residential development (permission in principle)”.

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