The Council has a responsibility to share information relating to brownfield land that is suitable for new homes. This can be found below with a map of brownfield sites (as at December 2018).
In addition the housing land map below will help you to find information on all housing sites across Sheffield giving details of:
- sites with planning permission for housing
- land ownership
- development opportunities
- current planning status for sites
You can search for a specific site by address or the site reference by using the drop down in the search box of the map. You can also select a site to view further details, the most recent planning permissions or to contact us about the site. Please note this map reflects the position in 2015.
Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment
The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) Interim Position Paper 2017 is an update since the last SHLAA report from November 2015. It takes account of completions for 2016-17 and the current 5 year supply of sites from 2018-19 to 2022-23.
In the Housing and Planning Act (May 2016) the Government set out its intention to introduce a statutory Brownfield Register and a new permission in principle route to full planning permission. The Brownfield Land Register Regulations came into force in March 2017, and require every Local Planning Authority to prepare and maintain a register of brownfield land which is suitable for residential development.
We worked with Government to produce a Brownfield Register pilot that was published in June 2016. Following the initial publication of the full Register in December 2017, we have now published an update to the Brownfield Register as required within the regulations (publication date 19 December 2018). This register will be maintained by the Council and will be reviewed within each year in accordance with the regulations.
The Brownfield Register will be in two parts. Part 1 is an up to date, comprehensive list of all brownfield sites within Sheffield that are suitable for housing, including sites both with and without planning permission. Part 1 of the register can be downloaded in the format required by the regulations. Alternatively it can be viewed on our interactive map.
Part 2 of the register can be used to grant planning permission in principle (PiP) to a sub-set of sites from Part 1. Before a site can be granted permission in principle, we would need to follow statutory consultation and publicity procedures as set out in the Town and Country Planning (Permission in Principle) Order 2017. No sites are currently proposed for inclusion in Part 2 of the register.
The definition of Brownfield (previously developed) land can be found in Annex 2 of the National Planning Policy Framework.