Land & Development Definitions

The UKLR Land Register’s purpose is to save time and reduce stress, by providing a ‘one-stop shop’ for anyone looking for Land or Development Opportunities, whether they are for residential, commercial or industrial construction, or for grazing, equestrian or any other purpose. Time is money and with no other single source of collective Land and Development Opportunities available, the UKLR Land Register saves you time and stress from having to visit numerous websites to identify your next, or client required, development opportunity.

Planning Consent Statuses

Land with any planning status, and for any purpose, can be included on the UKLR Land Register.  Wherever possible we like to include planning application numbers and dates and local authority.  When you submit Land or Development Opportunities to be added to the  UKLR Land Register, which is free, please include as many details as possible.

  • Planning Permission – PP
  • Full Planning Permission – FPP
  • Detailed Planning Permission – DPP
  • Outline Planning – OPP
  • Subject to Planning – STTP
  • Lapsed
  • Pending
  • Potential
  • Refused
  • Not Applicable
  • Unknown
  • Other

Land sales, of any type

  • Agricultural land
  • Amenity land
  • Arable land
  • Commercial land
  • Contaminated land
  • Farmland
  • Forests
  • Grassland
  • Grazing land
  • Industrial Land
  • Marshland
  • Meadow land
  • Moorland
  • Paddocks
  • Parking spaces or lots
  • Pasture land
  • Quarry Land
  • Recreational Land
  • Residential Land
  • Scrubland
  • Woodland

Plots of Building Land – Residential, Commercial, Industrial or Other

  • With or without current planning consent
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Single Plots
  • Double plots
  • Multiple plots
  • Multiple plots with gated potential

Properties with Development Opportunities

  • Properties with large plot of land and potential to build
  • Properties where a section of the ground can be built on, with or without demolishing the existing property
  • Derelict buildings to be demolished prior to building
  • Buildings requiring renovation plus an area to build or extend on

Conversion Opportunities

UKLR defines a Conversion Opportunity as follows:
A Conversion Opportunity is an existing building that has planning consent, or the potential of being granted planning consent, for an alternative use. With a Conversion Opportunity the existing building remains, with alteration and/or extension work being undertaken to create a building for an alternate use to the original one.

  • Barns
  • Care homes
  • Chapels
  • Churches
  • Factories
  • Mills
  • Nursing homes
  • Public buildings
  • Rest homes
  • Schools
  • Stables
  • Surgeries

Properties in Need of Renovation

  • Where more than cosmetic or redecoration is needed
  • Where structural or remedial work is required, to bring it up to present day standards
  • Where plumbing or electrical wiring needs replacing
  • Windows or doors are in need of replacement
  • Where kitchen and/or bathroom needs replacing

Properties with Equestrian Facilities

  • With stables
  • Tack rooms
  • Paddocks
  • Ménage
  • Indoor or outdoor arena

Farms & Farmland

  • Whether active or dormant
  • In any condition
  • Of any size
  • Arable
  • Pastoral
  • Mixed farming

Allotments, Smallholdings or Properties with Self-Sufficient Opportunities

  • In any area
  • Of any size
  • In any condition