Planning applications on public notice
When we receive a planning application that may have an impact on the community, we are required to 'advertise' it. This advertising process is called 'Notice of application'.
This is done by:
- mailing information to nearby property owners or occupiers
- displaying a large sign (or public notice) on the site, or
- putting a notice in the local newspaper(s) (for larger developments).
The application is on exhibition for public viewing, which gives you an opportunity to find out more, and comment or object.
Privacy of applicants
Under the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 you may not collect the names, addresses and other information of applicants in this register to identify and market products or services to them. By continuing to view applications, you are accepting the conditions of use.
Planning Applications on Public Notice Register
For each application the register lists:
- the location of the proposal
- the proposal permit number
- the date by which any objections or comments must be received.
Submit a comment or objection