Call for potential development sites

Local Plan

Call for sites 2017

Between 1 November and 13 December 2017 we invited the public, developers and landowners to submit details to us of sites in Dacorum that they considered to be suitable for development over the next 20 years for potential inclusion in our new Local Plan. We also asked if any changes should be made to boundaries to designations in the existing Local Plan.

Please see below for a summary of responses received (as at June 2018) and associated mapping of these sites:

Please note: the list of sites includes submissions to the Brownfield Land Register call for sites (see below) and landowners who have submitted sites to us after December 2017. Information on individual sites is available on request.

We will need to assess these sites to help us understand and identify what land might be suitable and available to meet future development needs and to consider whether changes should be made to designations. 

For more information, please email or call 01442 228660.

Previous call for sites

We have carried out two previous call for sites in 2014 and 2015. Please see below for a summary of responses received in each case:

Brownfield Land Register

In parallel with the Local Plan, we also collected information on potential development sites within the borough to inform our Brownfield Land Register

Between 1 November and 13 December 2017 we asked if you knew of any brownfield sites (or previously developed land or buildings) in Dacorum that could be developed or redeveloped, and which might help us identify housing-led development sites. This could include an element of non-residential uses such as retail, office space or community uses.

We were particularly interested in sites of at least 0.25 hectares, or which could accommodate five or more dwellings.

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