PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PLANNING WEBSITE IS NOT AVAILABLE BETWEEN 2AM AND 4AM EACH DAY.
For planning applications
- Search by property address, postcode or planning reference number
- View new or recently decided planning applications (weekly list)
- View Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs)
- User Guide
Please note that responses received from the general public with regards to planning applications can be made via the planning portal or in writing to the officer in charge of the application. Their name can be found on the planning portal under the application reference no.; on the consultee letter and in some cases a site notice. These will be posted on the website for viewing in relation to the application (your address and/or initials will be displayed) and your comments may be summarised in reports. However, if comments contain abusive, insulting or malicious comments the Council reserves the right to withhold publication. Please make sure representations are submitted within the specific time period as there can be no guarantee that later representations will be considered. Comments are not acknowledged.
All decision notices are attached to the website for viewing once the application has been completed and decision notice issued.
Planning applications can also be viewed by map.
If you have any problems accessing the system please telephone 01933 231902 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
No responsibility will be taken for any errors or omissions in planning information obtained and no liability is accepted for loss or damage arising from the use of planning information obtained from this site whether foreseeable or otherwise. See our disclaimer for further details.
For enforcement records submitted up to and including 7 March 2014
Copying of plans
Plans, drawings and material submitted to the Council are protected by the Copyright Acts (Section 47, 1988 Act).
You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed for personal/private use, for example to compare current applications with previous schemes, or to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans.
You cannot use them, for example, to build from, or to copy from to use as part of your own planning application, unless you have the architect's permission.
Last Updated: 25/07/2017