The most desirable solution, from every point of view, is to use up brownfield land
His plans include sweeping aside planning laws to allow new homes to be built on brownfield land
The centre is playing a really important role supporting youngsters and has significant presence in the town having transformed brownfield land
that was previously a blot on the landscape.
The Chancellor and the Mayor also confirmed the creation of nine new Housing Zones on brownfield land
, following a speech the duo set out a long term economic plan for the capital.
His underlying sentiment, in an area where we have more than our fair share of brownfield land
ripe for development that would help stitch our urban framework together in a sustainable way, is admirable.
Yet according to the LV= research, over one in ten (11%) new homes built on brownfield land
have suffered problems as a result of the land the property is built on, affecting a total of 74,000 homes in the last ten years.
Cardiff council's draft development plans, facing opposition from Assembly planning inspectors, depend on using brownfield land
to meet the demand for housing.
8 million [pounds sterling] of regeneration funding into Bury to transform 73 hectares of brownfield land
into community woodland.
It will involve the regeneration of 185 acres of brownfield land
and develop nearly half a million square feet of leisure facilities, including a cinema, restaurants and specialist retailers.
Cox Freeman helped to carry out a feasibility study and put together the planning application to develop the 35,000 sq ft park on five acres of brownfield land
off Hucknall Road.
MacAlpine attributes half of its output, resulting in record pre-tax profits this year, to sales of homes built on brownfield land
Development of brownfield land
can address shortfalls in the availability of land for housing and other buildings, but these sites present a range of problems that must be overcome in any successful development.