When a decision is made
- How to make a planning application
- Permitted development
- Submitting an application
- Considering an application
Once you have received your decision, please read the information below to ascertain if there is anything else you must do before proceeding with your development.
If you have had your application refused, the information under Refusals and Appeals may be of interest.
Most planning approvals contain some planning conditions. Conditions are used to ensure that development that may not be considered acceptable, can be approved subject to certain criteria. These criteria are detailed in conditions.
If you have a condition on your planning approval requesting a Construction Traffic Management Plan, the Council has developed a template to help you with discharging the condition.
If once your application has been approved, you decide to make changes to the scheme, you can apply for amendments to the development.
For some applications, particularly the larger, more complex ones, we offer advice post determination on how to meet imposed conditions.
There are certain important statutory responsibilities for person(s) liable for CIL.
If you think a development may not be being constructed in accordance with the approved plans, you can refer the matter to our planning enforcement team.
Plans and decision notices from are available at the Town Hall and on the website.