Local authorities are required under new Regulations (2017 SI403) to maintain a public register of previously developed land or brownfield sites that the Council considers appropriate for residential development. The Register has two parts. Part one, information below, includes all sites that meet the criteria (e.g. for residential development, suitable, available and achievable, for more that 5 units or over 0.25ha).
Part 2 of the register is optional, Slough may complete that at a later stage. That includes sites granted Permission in Principle (PiP) for housing-led development. PiP establishes some fundamental principles of development; with planning permission required via a 'Technical Details Consent'.
More details can be found at
The Brownfield register is published under the Open Government Licence (OGL) (v3).
The Council carried out a Call for Sites as part of the evidence gathering for the Emerging Local Plan in 2016 (see www.slough.gov.uk/planningpolicy). Sites will also continue to and can come forward for housing through the existing Local Plan and planning process (including pre-application advice).
However if you have a site which you believe has genuine potential to be developed and is eligible for inclusion (set out in Paragraph 4 of the Brownfield Regulations) when we review and update the register please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All details can be found on the www.data.gov.uk
Please note these files have the same information but are in two different formats for convenience.