Dacorum Borough Council are compiling a register of brownfield (previously developed) land as part of a Government scheme. Its main purpose is to identify brownfield land sites within the borough that may be considered suitable ‘in principle’ for housing.
From Wednesday 1 November, the council are carrying out a ‘call for sites’. If you own or know of any previously developed land or buildings which you think has the potential to be used for housing in the future, they’d like to hear from you.
Cllr Graham Sutton, Portfolio Holder for Planning and Regeneration, said: “I urge people to have their say so we can look at finding positive solutions for the growth needed to provide new homes for future generations, whilst protecting the countryside.”
To let Dacorum Borough Council know about any potential land, please complete the site submission form on their call for sites page. More information can also be found at the Brownfield Land Register page. Alternatively, call Jo Deacon 01442 226388 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hard copies of the nomination form are available from reception at The Forum in Hemel Hempstead.
The call for sites runs from Wednesday 1 November until Wednesday 13 December 2017, after which these sites will be considered for inclusion in the Brownfield Land Register 2018.
Published on: November 7, 2017