We keep a register of previously developed land that is right for residential development. We do this so house builders can quickly identify suitable sites and speed up the development of new homes in Ryedale. The register is called a Brownfield Land Register.
The Brownfield Land Register has two parts:
- Part one – this includes all sites which are ‘suitable’, ‘available’, and ‘achievable’ for residential development, and which could be delivered within 15 years
- Part two – only includes sites that are likely to be granted ‘permission in principle’ for residential development. This new type of planning permission helps the redevelopment of brownfield sites.
We decide which sites are included in the Register and which sites will have ‘permission in principle’. At this time, no sites are included within part two of the Register.
How do you decide what land to include?
Can I suggest a site to add to the register?
If you would like us to consider a site for the next version of the Register, please email us details of the site location (including an outline plan) and any details of the site’s availability and suitability for residential development. You can email us here: localplan
Where can I see a list of Ryedale’s brownfield sites?
To view a list of Ryedale’s brownfield sites, you can look at our Ryedale Brownfield Land Register here.
- Kirkbymoorside – Old Brickworks North of Swineherd Lane Kirkbymoorside
- Malton – Ryedale House Malton
- Norton – ATS car workshop North of Commercial Street Norton
- Old Malton – Former Highways Depot Westgate Old Malton
- Pickering – FC Site Land south of Outgang Lane North of Crossgates Lane