UKLR Land Register

How to Select, Purchase & Use UKLR Land Register

The UKLR Land Register is a collective list of Land & Development opportunities available across Northern England.
Data is carefully collated and maintained, from a variety of sources, with the aim of providing a comprehensive, one-stop, up-to-date list of Land & Development opportunities for sale.

Provided in an excel format opportunities can be quickly identified in the location, or of the size, required. To further speed the process up data can also be sorted and filtered by a number of additional criteria, enabling you to quickly identify potential sites for any projects you, or your clients, are considering.

Follow these steps to purchase UKLR Land Registers

  • Go to
  • Select which area, within Northern England, you require information for
    1. The North of England; including all three regions and 12 counties across Northern England
    2. By region: North West, Yorkshire & Humber or North East
    3. By county: purchasing one, or more, information for the individual counties
  • Fill in the form with your email address and other details and submit it
    Note: You must check the box to agree to the terms and conditions of sale.
  • Complete payment through the PayPal link that you will be directed to – this ensures both your financial and data security.
  • Once your payment is made, UKLR will send you a complete set of listings for the area(s) you have requested, for the current month, plus updates for the purchased area for the following four weeks

The UKLR Land Register has detailed listings of over 1,700 Land & Development opportunities across the counties of Northern England.

View what is on offer for free by going to the summary prior to purchasing your chosen UKLR Land Register for full details.

Your purchased download will allow you to filter UKLR Land Register entries, so you only see listings to fit your specific requirements.  Filters include post towns, post codes, prices, project sizes, along with numerous other categories.

UKLR listings cover a wide range of land and development opportunities:

  • Development land from single plots to sites for 400+ dwellings
  • Renovation and conversion projects
  • Commercial and industrial opportunities

We also include other, non-development, land types, eg agricultural, grazing, woodland and land for alternate uses.

You can purchase UKLR Land Registers in the following configurations:

  • Northern England, £125+vat
    • All 12 counties of the three 3 Northern Regions
  • By region – £50+vat per Region
    • North West, North East and Yorkshire & Humber
  • By county – £15+vat per County
    • Select one of more counties from: Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside, East Riding, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, County Durham, Northumberland or Tyne & Wear.

UKLR also offers bespoke reports, eg Land with development potential, but no planning; single plots or other report to suit your particular needs.

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UKLR Land Registers – 2018

If you’re looking for North of England Land or Development Opportunities in 2018 then make your first port of call the UKLR Land Register.  Whether you’re looking for a single plot, to build a dream home, larger land sites for multiple dwellings, (we have sites listed with potential for 1,300+) or just wanting a paddock for your pony then we probably have listed what you are looking for.
Currently covering the Yorkshire, Humber and North West regions the UKLR Land Register has over 1,200 Land and Development Opportunities listed. From 16 January 2018 the North East region will be launched providing blanket coverage for the whole of Northern England

What are UKLR Land Registers and what is their purpose?

UKLR Land Registers are comprehensive collections of Land and Development Opportunities on the market.  Simply put they are ‘Registers of Land and Development Opportunities for Sale’.

Available by county or region listings are sourced and collated from individuals, companies, and the public domain.
All entries are based on specifics, rather than narrative, providing essential details, eg type of opportunity, number of potential units, planning authority details, including planning application numbers and dates where available.
With information provided in a consistent format, from just one source, identifying potential projects is simplified, saving time, stress and ultimately money.


UKLR currently covers the nine counties of Yorkshire & Humber and North West regions. However, from 16 January 2018 we will be providing blanket coverage across the whole of Northern England when we add the three counties of the North East region

UKLR Land Registers are free to access at UKLR Bulletin level, with detailed UKLR Opportunity Reports available to purchase for a small fee.


With the government’s directive for more new build homes, aiming at 240,000 to be built per year from 2016, the demand for Land and Development Opportunities has increased and continues to increase.

However, the government isn’t just looking at new builds, but looking at councils to ensure empty and/or derelict buildings are utilised or redeveloped wherever possible. This has increased prospects to secure planning for redevelopment, bringing more potential properties for conversion to the market.

What hasn’t been addressed though, until Land & Development Opportunities Ltd started to tackle the issue in 2017, was how to provide a collective list of opportunities for individuals, companies and the construction industry to refer to from one site. This is where the UKLR Land Register came into being.

It is free for anyone to include Land and Development Opportunities for sale, so long as they meet our criteria
Check out our criteria here: UKLR Land & Development Definitions

UKLR Land Register

Are You Looking to Buy or Sell Land or Development Opportunities?

Looking for Land and Development Opportunities for yourself, or clients, has probably lost you precious hours trawling through a myriad of sites: estate agent sites, property portals, land portals, newspapers etc
Then having found what looks like a potential project there is no clear indication of its size, current or potential use or status, unless of course it’s contained in lengthy narrative . . .  yet more trawling!

The time it takes, and the stress it creates, can make the task tedious and is often fruitless

How many times have you thought how useful it would be to access all the information on
Land and Development Opportunities, from just one site?
UKLR now makes that possible with their newly launched UKLR Land Register

The UKLR Land Registers are created and distributed by region, painstakingly collated from multiple sources, including selling agents and the public domain.
There are nine regions across the UK, we are currently offering Yorkshire & the Humber.
The North East and North West regions will be added shortly.
An updated list will be published each Wednesday, with the latest listings written in red, making it easy to identify new or altered opportunities.

The UKLR Land Registers are available to download at two levels:

Level 1 – free to access by clicking on the weekly link
Level 2 – available on a rolling contract for £50+vat per month per region

If you have Land or Development Opportunities you would like including on the UKLR Land Register please contact us at:
This is a free service



Complete & Edit a Listing for Auction

  1. Follow all instructions for ‘Submitting a Listing’
  2. For ‘Sale Status’ select ‘For Auction’
  3. Complete Auction Fields, as illustrated below, with the auction details

Important! Save Your Changes by clicking on

If Your Land or Development Opportunity
Does Not Sell at Auction

1. Login to your account and select ‘My Listings’ from menu at top of page

2.  Select the listing you want to edit

3.  Click on the pencil shaped icon to go into ‘edit

4.  Scroll down to ‘Sale Status‘ and select ‘For Sale

Important!  Save your changes by clicking on

UKLR Advertisers
How To Complete Your Profile

  1. Login to your account
  2. Select ‘Profile’ – found in black bar at top right hand corner of screen
  3. Input the following information – the more information you include the more ways the public can follow your company
    1. Phone number
    2. Email address – the one you want to be seen publicly
    3. Website
    4. Mobile numbers (not compulsory)
    5. Fax number (not compulsory)
    6. Company Facebook page (not compulsory)
    7. Google+ (not compulsory)
    8. Twitter (not compulsory)
    9. LinkedIn (not compulsory)
  4. Add your logo by clicking on ‘Browse’

    1. Select image from your computer
    2. Images should ideally be squared
    3. Use jpg or png images
    4. Optimal size 400 x 400

V. From your website copy ‘About’ and input
VI. Important! Save Your Changes by clicking on

If you require any help then please email:

Or call:   0777 55 33 110

Win-Win – With UKLR

Win-Win Negotiations: Way of transforming them into reality

For decades, people have been talking about win-win negotiations, but this type of positive outcome has not always occurred in reality. Often, negotiations still involve an antagonistic approach, where one party has to lose in order for the other to win. A 2013 survey of market shows some encouraging news. It seems that more businesses are finally realizing that a positive, collaborative approach can yield better long term outcomes.

A shift towards a collaborative approach

More are more business executives are pursuing a collaborative, partnership-based approach to relationships with suppliers. This is a change from the older, aggressive approach where business people tried to drive the hardest possible deal, usually at the other party’s expense. Though there have been negotiators who took a win-win approach before, they were typically the exception, not the norm.

Old-style negotiations relied heavily on defensive, compliance-based contracts that featured negative incentives for non-performance. These contracts were designed to reduce risk for the buyer, and transfer that risk to the supplier. Today’s contracts are more balanced, and include positive incentives, shared responsibilities, and shared benefits. Businesses today recognize the need for innovation, flexibility and continuous improvement, and these are increasingly allowed for in contract negotiations.

The role of negotiators is beginning to change. Talented negotiators now are not just skilled in gaining an advantage over the other side. Now communication and facilitation skills are coming to the forefront and negotiators seek to build consensus with the other side, rather than just scoring points. They work on creating an environment of trust between business partners, where both sides can pursue shared objectives.

Reasons for the shifting style of negotiation

One of the reasons for this shift is that more negotiators are looking at the overall outcome and business bottom line, rather than just the parameters of an individual deal. With pressure to show profits and growth, they are realizing that developing relationships and partnerships can be more effective than maximizing the profits of each deal on its own. The success of a deal is no longer judged in isolation, when the contract is signed. Instead, a longer-term view recognizes the value of sustained relationships.

Another shift is that the buyer in a negotiation no longer always has the greater power. In some industries, such as mining, utilities, automotive, or oil and gas, the suppliers can have the upper hand. Shortages in supply, technology, and skilled labor can shift the balance of power. If the buyers want to be seen as a favored customer, then they need to take a different approach to negotiations.

A third factor that is driving this change is that contracts are more complex than ever before. No longer are cost, quality and time the only factors, as in the traditional view of a negotiation. Today, there are also concerns with sustainability, regulatory compliance, and reputation risk. There are many different stakeholders to consider, and agreements can be complex and difficult to arrange. Developing an on-going relationship with valued business partners can be more effective than handling each deal as a one-off negotiation.

Win-win negotiations – your ticket to success

Believe it or not, win-win negotiations come with a wealth of benefits. First of all, all parties involved are more relaxed when entering a meeting whose purpose is to reach mutual ground. However, just because the parties involved want to collaborate and create a relationship, this doesn’t mean they will agree to any offer. Mutual relations are excellent in business, as long as they can bring valuable benefits to all the parties involved in the negotiation.

Win-win negotiations can bring a lot of benefits to your business. Companies that want to make a name for themselves and get recognized should compromise more to reap benefits in the long term. Take all the time you need to make a decision, counter offer if you’re not feeling comfortable with a first offer, and be ready to argument your claims. Not every business individual is a skilled negotiator; yet, you can always opt for negotiation training sessions to perfect your abilities and master the techniques. Stick to your guns no matter what, maintain a professional attitude, and you will have great chances of reaching a mutual agreement with your opponents.

UKLR would like to express their thanks to comvort for allowing us to share their article

At a time when you probably most need money, raised by the sale of land or buildings, you find a huge chunk is lost through the exorbitant fees paid to sell. UKLR changes that, and puts you back in control at the minimal of costs.

In recent times many parishes and authorities have, through necessity, found themselves selling off parcels of land and/or buildings to raise much needed money.  I’m sure you have already encountered this trend, probably experienced it yourselves, and been staggered at the cost of fees incurred in the process.

To date there have been three main ways in which to find a buyer:

  • Newspaper advertising – at exorbitant rates, and to be effective needs repeating regularly
  • Through an estate agent, where the fee charged can make a large hole in the sale proceeds
  • By taking out membership to one of the main property sites – tied in as an organisation, at high monthly costs for a minimum term

All of the above absorb a substantial sum of money from the proceeds of a sale, at a time when those funds are needed most.  And none of the above actively seek out specialist buyers . . . at UKLR we do!

UKLR are pleased to announce an alternate, economical and effective solution for selling your Land and Development Opportunities.  Your can advertise directly on UKLR to get your properties onto a specialist internet site.  UKLR is the perfect, economical and effective alternative to consider.

  • £10 per month, or £100 per annum, plus vat, per listing, on a rolling contract. Advertising spaces are flexible and displayed permanently on the site.  UKLR is set up in such a way that an advertiser does not have to take out paid advertising space for every listing.  Once details are input into the UKLR system it is simple for the listings to be rotated, with only a certain number made live at a given time, keeping your advertising costs to a minimum
  • For a one-off lifetime fee of £250 plus vat: Lifetime listings are for an unlimited time until the land or property is sold.However, these are purchased for an individual listing and are not transferrable

UKLR is a bespoke site for specialist listings, Land and Development Opportunities. For UKLR‘s definition click here.  For each listing we provide:

  • In-depth information to each listing, and a generous gallery allowance for images and related documents
  • Extensive search criteria, making it simpler for buyers to find the project they are wanting
  • Additionally we use the sellers own contact details leaving you in control and direct contact with potential buyers, rather than allocating telephone numbers and email addresses
    • Alternatively you may opt to advertise under the UKLR banner if you require confidentiality.

To find out a little more about UKLR can I suggest you read the following blog – UKLR for Private Sellers

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or, if you would like to see how one of your Land or Development Opportunities look on we would be happy to create a preview, for your eyes only.