The London Land Commission is working to identify brownfield land for development in public ownership and help co-ordinate and accelerate the release of land for much needed homes.
London Land Commission
About the London Land Commission
The London Land Commission was established as part of the Long Term Economic Plan for London, which was jointly announced by the Mayor and Chancellor in February 2015.
The commission is based at the GLA, and is chaired by the Mayor and the Minister for Housing. The first meeting for the commission was held on Monday 13 July.
Register of publicly owned land and property
The London Land Commission committed to compile and publish a register of all publically owned land and property in London. The first release of the London Land Commission Register is available here.
Please note this is a register of all publically owned land and includes both operational and non-operational/surplus land. Presence of a site on the register does not necessarily mean that the site is available or suitable for redevelopment. The information shown is based on data supplied to the GLA by the public bodies. We are working to improve the content of the register, including investigating the potential to identify surplus brownfield land which could come forward for redevelopment.