Causes of contamination
Where can I find the register?
Doncaster Council is keen to engage with potential developers, partners and investors, to look at proposals to ensure that housing provision is met throughout the Borough. The Council would like to engage with those organisations who are interested in developing all tenures of housing, including private sale, shared ownership and housing for rent.
The assets and property team is responsible for managing the council's portfolio of property assets. The key work of the team includes asset management, estate management, valuations, disposals, vacant building management, data management and mapping.
The Council has published Part 1 of its first Brownfield Land Register which provides up-to-date and consistent information on brownfield sites that the Council considers as being appropriate for residential development.
Tear Drop Site, Wilmington Drive/ Stadium Way, Lakeside, Doncaster DN4 5PJ
Section 215 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 is a planning power that enables local authorities to take enforcement action against owners/occupiers of land and buildings that, by virtue of their condition and appearance are considered to have an adverse effect on the amenities of an area.
NLIS – The National Land Information Service:
The local land charges section does not hold any details of land and property ownership.
Parcel of land means a piece of land in separate occupation, or separately rated, at the time of the requisition of search.