We are currently preparing a new Local Plan for Dacorum. As part of this process we need to plan for future development and understand what land might be suitable and available to enable this.
We maintain a register of land in the borough, which holds the latest information on sites, and feeds into the evidence base studies supporting the new Local Plan. This register helps us to determine the location, capacity and availability of land for development, so that we can begin to make decisions on future allocations in the Local Plan.
We would like to hear from you if you have a potential site or sites you would like to register for any kind of use, including residential, commercial and community uses. You can also contact us if you would like to provide an update on an existing
site you have previously suggested.
This 'call for sites' is not just for landowners or agents, but members of the public and other organisations who feel that there is a site that should be assessed as a possible future development opportunity. Any site can be submitted, however we are
particularly looking for more sites on urban and brownfield land.
Cllr Alan Anderson, Portfolio Holder for Planning and Infrastructure, said: “This is part of the process we are required to follow, and having an up-to-date register of land is essential in helping us to progress our new Local Plan. Following our
recent consultation on the Local Plan, we are keen to identify as many urban sites as possible, to reduce the pressures on allocating sites on the Green Belt.”
For further information, including how to register new sites (or to update existing ones), and details of sources of land we are already aware of please see our Local Plan Sites Register page.