Comment, track and view current applications - Comment, track and view current applications

All planning application records held from 1974 are published through Public Access. Application records and some documentation will be available, though not all historic records will have documents attached to them as they may be available by other means (eg. microfiche).

Publication of Documents on the Website

Applications and Decision Notices may not be available for viewing until up to 7 working days after they have been administered by us. 

You can:

  • Monitor the progress of planning applications or appeals
  • View a list of applications received and decided each week
  • View public plans and documents associated with current applications
  • Submit and view comments about an application, save your favourite searches, track applications and receive email alerts to inform you of new or changes to existing applications
  • View the boundary of applications on a map, as well as a list of the planning constraints and planning histories associated with a property
  • Comments can be made online, although this can only be done during the initial 21 day consultation period. A copy of comments will be passed to the Case Officer on the day of receipt. As this is not a live site comments will not be published immediately - Planning Services will check them for any redaction before publication this can take 3-5 working days.  
  • As representations on planning applications form part of the Statutory Register we will publish the sender's name and address but will blank out personal signatures, email addresses, telephone and mobile numbers before documents are published online.
  • Applicants' names and addresses are published as these form part of the statutory planning register. We redact personal signatures, personal email addresses and personal telephone numbers before documents are published online.
  • Business letters - we redact signatures only.
  • All statutory consultee comments and neighbour comments are available to view via either the Documents tab or the Comments tab.

In using this facility you agree to be bound by the council's Terms of Use, together with specific Public Access - Terms of Use.

Disclaimer - Please Read

Users of this data must note that although we make every effort to ensure accuracy of the data, the planning register information contained within this site may not be complete and must not be used for carrying out a formal Land Charges Search (including Personal Searches). It cannot be relied upon to constitute a full Planning history.

No responsibility will be taken for any errors or omissions in the Planning Register information obtained. No liability is accepted for loss or damage arising from use of Planning Register information obtained from this site, whether foreseeable or otherwise. Similarly, the information contained does not constitute in any way a formal notification of a Planning decision, and as such any actions taken as a result of information displayed on the site are undertaken entirely at the users own risk.

 

 


Last Updated on Friday, September 07, 2018

All planning application records held from 1974 are published through Public Access. Application records and some documentation will be available, though not all historic records will have documents attached to them as they may be available by other means (eg. microfiche).

Publication of Documents on the Website

Applications and Decision Notices may not be available for viewing until up to 7 working days after they have been administered by us. 

You can:

  • Monitor the progress of planning applications or appeals
  • View a list of applications received and decided each week
  • View public plans and documents associated with current applications
  • Submit and view comments about an application, save your favourite searches, track applications and receive email alerts to inform you of new or changes to existing applications
  • View the boundary of applications on a map, as well as a list of the planning constraints and planning histories associated with a property
  • Comments can be made online, although this can only be done during the initial 21 day consultation period. A copy of comments will be passed to the Case Officer on the day of receipt. As this is not a live site comments will not be published immediately - Planning Services will check them for any redaction before publication this can take 3-5 working days.  
  • As representations on planning applications form part of the Statutory Register we will publish the sender's name and address but will blank out personal signatures, email addresses, telephone and mobile numbers before documents are published online.
  • Applicants' names and addresses are published as these form part of the statutory planning register. We redact personal signatures, personal email addresses and personal telephone numbers before documents are published online.
  • Business letters - we redact signatures only.
  • All statutory consultee comments and neighbour comments are available to view via either the Documents tab or the Comments tab.

In using this facility you agree to be bound by the council's Terms of Use, together with specific Public Access - Terms of Use.

Disclaimer - Please Read

Users of this data must note that although we make every effort to ensure accuracy of the data, the planning register information contained within this site may not be complete and must not be used for carrying out a formal Land Charges Search (including Personal Searches). It cannot be relied upon to constitute a full Planning history.

No responsibility will be taken for any errors or omissions in the Planning Register information obtained. No liability is accepted for loss or damage arising from use of Planning Register information obtained from this site, whether foreseeable or otherwise. Similarly, the information contained does not constitute in any way a formal notification of a Planning decision, and as such any actions taken as a result of information displayed on the site are undertaken entirely at the users own risk.


Last Updated on Friday, September 07, 2018

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