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

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