Brownfield Register

​​On this page find out what the Brownfield Register is and access documents to submit a site to be added to Newham's Brownfield Register​​​

​What is the Brownfield Register?

There is a legal requirement for Local Planning Authorities to prepare, maintain and publish registers of previously developed (brownfield) land. 

Brownfield sites that meet the relevant criteria must be entered in Part 1 of brownfield land registers. Sites can optionally be entered in Part 2 of the brownfield land register, granting them Permission in Principle.

For further information on brownfield registers, including legal requirements, see Government guidance, Brownfield registers and permission in principle: frequently asked questions.

Newham’s Brownfield Register

Newham’s Brownfield Register has been prepared as per the Data Standard set by the Government. It is being published in the following formats:
Part 1 of the register currently (December 2018) contains 68 sites, including a mix of housing allocations and sites with planning permission. Most sites fall below the threshold of 0.25ha, but are deemed capable of sustaining at least 5 dwellings.  

There are no sites proposed for Part 2 of the Newham Brownfield Register.

The register has also been submitted to the GLA and can be accessed on London Datastore​.

Updates to the Brownfield Register

Newham’s Brownfield Register will be updated annually, unless otherwise deemed necessary. 

If you would like a site to be considered for addition to the register, please complete the Brownfield Register Sites Submission Form and submit it by email to the address listed below.


Email all comments, requests for information and/or completed forms to​
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