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Brownfield Development

Volume 447: debated on Tuesday 20 June 2006

To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government pursuant to the answer of 22 May 2006, Official Report, columns 1387-88W, on Brownfield development, if she will break down the 2004 figures in each column by region. (74283)

The information available is from Land Use Change Statistics, shown in the following tables.

New dwellings on previously developed land as a proportion of all new dwellings (excluding conversions), by GOR

Percentage

North East

North West

Yorkshire and Humber

East Midlands

West Midlands

East of England

London

South East

South West

England

1986

39

53

45

38

51

52

76

75

37

51

1987

35

48

39

46

45

46

91

47

37

48

1988

41

51

42

36

46

52

85

54

38

50

1989

45

50

43

41

46

52

87

56

45

52

1990

42

55

44

41

50

53

84

54

42

51

1991

47

55

43

38

49

47

83

55

35

50

1992

56

62

47

37

53

48

89

51

40

53

1993

42

62

51

35

56

52

87

53

36

53

1994

52

57

50

37

49

56

83

48

35

51

1995

50

60

49

38

53

56

84

54

37

54

1996

53

65

51

37

50

53

82

57

35

54

1997

46

58

49

37

56

53

89

54

34

53

1998

50

62

51

35

54

54

92

56

38

55

1999

40

60

50

37

54

58

89

62

40

56

2000

47

68

57

43

55

54

89

62

45

59

2001

45

70

55

48

60

59

90

66

49

60

2002

57

72

63

54

67

58

90

66

48

64

2003

52

72

65

54

70

59

95

65

58

66

2004

61

78

68

54

73

62

95

72

54

69

Source:

Land Use Change in England: Residential development to 2005 (LUCS-21)

New dwellings on previously residential land as a proportion of all new dwellings, by GOR

North East

North West

Yorkshire and Humber

East Midlands

West Midlands

East of England

London

South East

South West

England

1986

20

6

10

25

35

37

27

32

24

26

1987

25

20

16

20

21

25

28

24

19

22

1988

13

10

15

15

15

20

22

28

19

19

1989

6

10

13

14

12

22

25

27

18

18

1990

7

11

15

15

15

25

29

30

21

20

1991

5

10

13

11

11

18

22

24

16

16

1992

6

8

16

13

11

20

12

24

19

16

1993

4

7

12

10

10

16

10

19

15

12

1994

9

6

10

7

8

15

10

16

11

11

1995

10

7

9

10

11

15

9

17

14

12

1996

11

8

10

8

9

13

10

16

15

11

1997

6

7

7

8

11

13

13

16

13

11

1998

3

7

11

8

10

14

13

17

14

12

1999

4

9

9

8

9

17

12

17

15

12

2000

6

13

10

8

11

16

17

19

18

14

2001

6

9

12

10

11

17

17

21

17

14

2002

6

9

12

10

13

15

17

22

18

15

2003

4

9

15

11

14

14

16

22

20

15

2004

10

10

14

9

12

16

13

26

18

15

Source:

Land Use Change in England: Residential development to 2005 (LUCS-21)