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Brownfield Land Register

What is a Brownfield Land Register?

As part of its plan to boost housebuilding, the Government requires Councils to publish an annual list of brownfield sites in their area that may be suitable for development.

Brownfield land, otherwise known as 'previously developed land', is land which has been previously built on with a permanent structure. It does not include urban gardens, parks or allotments. The full definition of brownfield land can be found in the Glossary of the National Planning Policy Framework.

Gosport's Brownfield Register

For a site to be included on the register it must be at least 0.25 hectares in size or be capable of providing at least 5 homes. All sites must also meet the following criteria:

  • Suitable - have residential planning permission, be allocated in the local plan, or be considered appropriate for residential development by the council.
  • Available - have no ownership issues or legal constraints which could prevent development.
  • Achievable - is likely to be developed within 15 years.

There are two parts to the Brownfield Land Register. The council has published Part 1 below, which is a list of brownfield sites that are considered suitable for residential development.

Part 2 of the Register are sites which have been granted 'permission in principle'. This is a type of planning permission that approves the principles of development - use, location, and scale. There are currently no sites in Gosport which have been granted permission in principle, and therefore Part 2 has not been published.  

New Brownfield Sites and Feedback

If you have a site you wish the council to consider for the Brownfield Register, or any feedback please contact Planning Policy.

View the Brownfield Register

Part 1 of the register can be found below in CSV and XLSX format. Data is provided under the Open Government Licence.

CSV: Brownfield Land Register - CSV 

XLSX: Brownfield Land Register - XLSX 

Site Proforma

Links to site proforma including plans and key details:

BR2 - Stoners Close Garage Site, Gosport (PDF) [363KB]

BR3 - Lapthorn Close Garage Site, Gosport (PDF) [311KB]

BR8 - Wheeler Close, Gosport (PDF) [329KB]

BR14 - Priddy's Hard, Heritage Way, Gosport (PDF) [411KB]

BR16 - Crewsaver, Harbour Road, Gosport (PDF) [249KB]

BR17 - Fort Gilkicker, Military Road, Gosport (PDF) [180KB]

BR18 - Rowner Renewal, Grange Road, Gosport (PDF) [642KB]

BR21 - Haslar Hospital, Haslar Road, Gosport (PDF) [417KB]

BR22 - Daedalus, Broom Way, Lee-on-the-Solent (PDF) [580KB]

BR24 - Barclay House, Trinity Green, Gosport (PDF) [237KB]

BR26 - Former Gosport Police Station, South Street, Gosport (PDF) [252KB]

BR27 - Fort Blockhouse / HMS Dolphin, Haslar Road, Gosport (PDF) [441KB]

BR28 - Former Royal Sailor's Rest, Grange Lane, Gosport (PDF) [225KB]

BR31 - Rowner Road Service Station, Rowner Road, Gosport (PDF) [240KB]

BR33 - 39-45A Stoke Road and 79-81 Jamaica Place, Gosport (PDF) [224KB]

BR37 - Haslar Immigration Removal Centre, Dolphin Way, Gosport (PDF) [239KB]

BR38 - Addenbrooke House, Willis Road (PDF) [202KB]

BR39 -Land at Gasworks Site, Mariners Way, Gosport (PDF) [79KB]

BR40 - Land at Forton Road, Gosport (PDF) [118KB]

BR41 - Land at Whitworth Close, Gosport (PDF) [120KB]

Sites removed from the Register

BR9 (Removed) - 124 - 128 Brockhurst Road, Gosport (PDF) [362KB]

BR11 (Removed) - LOTS Sailing Club, Marine Parade East, Lee-on-the-Solent (PDF) [293KB]

BR23 (Removed) - Royal Clarence Yard, Weevil Lane, Gosport (PDF) [462KB]

BR25 (Removed) - Masonic Hall, 7 Clarence Road, Gosport (PDF) [281KB]

BR32 (Removed) - Carisbrooke Centre, Carisbrooke Road, Gosport (PDF) [313KB]

BR34 (Removed) - 133 Stoke Road, Gosport (PDF) [285KB]

BR36 (Removed) - Rear of 111 Elson Road, Gosport (PDF) [245KB]

GIS Site Maps

Links to the GIS layer on the Council's interactive mapping service showing the location of the sites:

BR2 - Stoners Close Garage Site, Gosport

BR3 - Lapthorn Close Garage Site, Gosport

BR8 - Wheeler Close, Gosport

BR14 - Priddy's Hard, Heritage Way, Gosport

BR16 - Crewsaver, Harbour Road, Gosport

BR17 - Fort Gilkicker, Fort Road, Gosport

BR18 - Rowner Renewal, Grange Road, Gosport

BR21 - Haslar Hospital, Haslar Road, Gosport

BR22 - Daedalus, Broom Way, Lee-on-the-Solent

BR24 - Barclay House, Trinity Green, Gosport

BR26 - Former Gosport Police Station, South Street, Gosport

BR27 - Fort Blockhouse / HMS Dolphin, Haslar Road, Gosport

BR28 - Former Royal Sailor's Rest, Grange Lane, Gosport

BR31 - Rowner Road Service Station , Rowner Road, Gosport

BR33 - 39-45A Stoke Road and 79-81 Jamaica Place, Gosport

BR37 - Haslar Immigration Removal Centre, Dolphin Way, Gosport

BR38 - Addenbrook House, Willis Road, Gosport

BR39 - Land at Gasworks Site, Mariners Way, Gosport

BR40 - Land at Forton Road, Gosport

BR41 - Land at Whitworth Close, Gosport

Sites removed from the Register

BR9 (Removed) - 124 - 128 Brockhurst Road, Brockhurst Road, Gosport

BR11 (Removed) - LOTS Sailing Club, Marine Parade East, Lee-on-the-Solent

BR23 (Removed) - Royal Clarence Yard, Weevil Lane, Gosport

BR25 (Removed) - Masonic Hall, 7 Clarence Road, Gosport

BR32 (Removed) - Carisbrooke Centre, Carisbrooke Road, Gosport

BR35 (Removed) - 133 Stoke Road, Gosport

BR36 (Removed) - Rear of 111 Elson Road, Gosport

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