Planning Fee Increases
The Government has announced that an increase in planning fees by 15% will come into affect on the 22 November 2012. The link below provides further details and also the draft Town and County Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site Visits) (England) Regulations 2012. An updated fee schedule will be published as soon as it becomes available.
Scale of Fees 2012 - Advertisements Planning
Scale of Fees 2012 - Planning
News - proposed increase in Planning Fees
Development management is responsible for the determination of planning applications, and other associated applications (listed building consent, advertisement consent etc) submitted to the council under the Planning Acts.
Details about how to submit a planning application
Use our online register of planning applications to view and/or comment on planning applications being considered by the council
Advice on whether or not you need to apply for planning permission.
Information about the introduction for charging for pre-application advice
Information about appealing against a planning decision
Find out more about the process by which an application is assessed and a decision is reached.
Information relating to flood risks, conservation areas, listed buildings, TPO's and restrictions on permitted development.
The council is responsible for dealing with some proposals for telecommunications development, such as mobile phone masts.