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As a local planning authority we are required by law to publicise all planning applications.
Information on planning performance agreements which are made up of advice from the Council for large and complex developments.
Information about our pre-application planning advice service which could help save you time, money and stress.
Archived documents relevant to the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).
Information on the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), and your obligations when making planning applications.
Information on planning policies and flood risk documents, including strategic flood risk assessments and surface water management plans.
Information about when the Council removes permitted development rights.
How to make a street naming or numbering application including an application pack.
Read our example design and access statements to help you write yours. Download our statement template
Guidance on how to write a design and access statement, and information about planning applications that don't require a statement.
Information on other possible approvals you may need before you start your development.
Information about delegated powers and planning application committees who meet regularly to approve or refuse planning applications.
Information on approval of details reserved by condition. Conditions are used to ensure that development that may not be considered acceptable would become acceptable.
How to make minor, non-material amendments to an application that has been approved.
Information about how to obtain copies of determined plans and decision notices.
Information about planning application refusals and how to appeal.
Questions and answers on Crossrail 2 for the current proposed station at King’s Road in Chelsea. Answers provided by Transport for London.
Kensal Canalside is one of London’s 38 Opportunity Areas within the London Plan and the Council’s Local Plan
Information about Development Forums and how to take part.
Introduction to planning applications and submissions.
Information about Construction Traffic Management Plans including guidance notes and a pro-forma.