Make a planning application
Making an application
Pre-application advice can often help to resolve issues and save you time and expense. We offer a pre-application advice service to provide advice on policy and design issues.
For informal advice, or to discuss minor proposals please use the Duty Planner Service.
It is important you make sure the details submitted are those that you want to undertake, as even minor changes can require a fresh planning application, which will be subject to exactly the same process as before.
Information submitted as part of an application will be publicly available unless it can be legitimately exempted
If you intend to provide information that could be sensitive or breach data protection, please contact us for further advice before proceeding
There are two ways to make an application:
Completing the application form is just part of the process, use the links below to see what else is needed to submit a complete and valid application
- Certificates (part of the application form)
- Notice (where certificate B or C is signed)
- Notice (where certificate C or D is signed)
- How much it will cost
- Ordnance survey location plan
- Design and access statement
- Documents (Local Requirements)
This Authority requires one original and one copy (two in total) of any form, plans and documents. For larger or more complex applications, further sets of drawings may be needed for consultation purposes. We will let you know if we need more copies. In addition, if available, it would be helpful to receive an electronic copy of documents and plans.
In addition to applying for planning permission other consents make also be required.
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