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Councils are required to maintain a public register of previously developed land or ‘brownfield sites’ that the Council considers appropriate for residential development.
The register has two parts. The first part includes all sites that meet the criteria to be considered appropriate for residential development. You can view this list below.
The second part of the register includes only sites that have been granted ‘Permission in Principle’ for housing-led development. This section of the register is optional, and as such, Slough Borough Council has not currently created this list.
For more information about the Brownfield Register, please see:
The brownfield register is published under the Open Government Licence (OGL) (vs). You can view details of the license here:
Please note where no figure is in the "MinimumNetDwellings" column please see the Council’s trajectory of housing sites. The trajectory list has a broad estimate of site capacity but as the figure has not been tested it is not repeated in the brownfield register as a minimum capacity figure.
Site boundaries for land on the register can be viewed on our online Brownfield Register map.