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Development Control

Development Control deals with planning and related applications and appeals, and the enforcement of planning control. It provides advice on the need for permission or whether a proposal would be likely to get consent, and deals with high hedge issues. In doing this it takes into consideration how the proposal will look, any impact on the amenity of a neighbour and whether safe access and parking is provided. Local Land Charges are also part of the Development Control Team. Please note we do not have a Duty Planning Officer and all enquiries should be submitted in accordance with the advice here.

Do I need planning permission? . How do I submit a planning application? . How can I get information about a planning application, appeal or decision? .
Do I need planning permission to carry out a scheme or project? 

How do I submit a planning application?

 

How do I view and comment on a planning application or appeal?

 
Am I likely to get planning permission to carry out a scheme or project?  How do I report a possible breach planning control?  How do I carry out a search of the local land charges register?  

Am I likely to get planning permission for a scheme or project?

 

Enforcement

 

 Local Land Charges

 
Updated: 26 Oct 2016
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