Application forms

The quickest and easiest way to make your planning application is online. You can do so using either the Planning Portal or iApply.

iApply

Planning Portal

Available payment methods:

  • debit card
  • credit card

Available payment methods:

  • BAC
  • debit card
  • credit card
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There is step-by-step advice for each application form and your application will be immediately sent to the council.

See a list of all the application forms. You can submit an application online or you can download the application forms and post the completed application to the address at the top of the form.

Applications submitted by post will take longer to review than online applications.

How to avoid delays in processing your application

An application will only be progressed once we receive all of the necessary plans, supporting documentation and the appropriate fee.  

To avoid delays caused by your application being incomplete please read the validation checklists and fees list before submitting your application.

Applications are often incomplete because:

Further information

All planning applications must be accompanied by a CIL Additional Information Form. The completed form will provide sufficient information to allow us to determine whether the development is liable to pay the Mayoral Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)Guidance notes are also available.

The responsibility to pay the levy runs with the ownership of the land, unless another party has assumed liability.  An Assumption of CIL Liability Form should be submitted to the council with the planning application to ensure that the CIL liability notice is issued to the correct party.

Application forms and checklists

Householder

Full planning permission

Listed building consent

Advertisement consent

Reserved matters, removal or variation of conditions

Approval of details

Non-material amendments to an approval

Prior approval/ prior notification

Certificates of lawfulness

Tree works application form

Permission in principle

Basement applications

The council's adopted policy on basement development requires applicants to comply with our Code of Construction Practice when undertaking a basement development. 

We do not require a Construction Management Plan at planning application stage as this will form part of the Code of Construction Practice (submitted to the Environmental Sciences Team after planning permission has been granted but at least 40 days prior to works commencing). However you must provide a signed draft version of the proforma Appendix A Checklist B (from the Code of Construction Practice) at validation stage to confirm your intention to comply with the Code at the relevant stage. This draft does not need to be sent to or signed by the Environmental Sciences Team at planning application stage.

View the code of construction appendix.


Last updated: 28 June 2018
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