Building more homes on brownfield land
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Seeks views on proposals for measures to make it easier to build on brownfield land that is suitable for housing.
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This consultation originates from measures announced in June 2014 to make it easier to build on brownfield land that is suitable for housing.
The consultation seeks views on the government’s proposals for identifying suitable brownfield land and sharing data openly and transparently, and measuring progress towards the government’s goal for local development orders granting permission for housing on brownfield land. Also, options to support authorities where additional action is needed in getting these permissions in place.
We have also today (28 January 2015) launched an invitation to bid for funding to support local planning authorities who consult on and make local development orders on brownfield land.