Planning

We are responsible for planning permission for new and existing properties that are within the New Forest district.

Prior to building a new property or making changes to an existing property, you must apply to us for planning permission. We also provide guidance for householders.

We have an interactive map available where you can view information relating to your property including Planning Constraints'.

Please note that our public access webpages will be unavailable between the 25th and 26th January 2021.  You will be unable to view applications or submit comments online during this time. If you know the application number you wish to make a comment on you can still email planning@nfdc.gov.uk quoting this application number.  We apologise for any inconvenience.

Find planning applications, follow their progress and submit comments.
Find out about what you need to know before you make a planning application.
Tell us if you think someone has broken or not followed planning laws.
We use Tree Preservation Orders to protect trees outside the National Park.
Request a local Land Charge search when buying or selling property or land.
Contact the relevant planning officer for your area of the New Forest.
The Government held a 12-week consultation from 6 August until 29 October 2020 on Planning for the Future White Paper. The White Paper proposes reforms to the planning system.
New Forest District Council is inviting landowners and other interested parties to put forward proposals for projects within the district that will enhance local biodiversity and improve the condition of the River Avon and water quality in the Solent and Southampton Water.
Consultation on the draft mitigation for recreational impacts on New Forest European sites SPD which runs from 8 January 2021 to Sunday 21 February 2021.

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