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Search building control applications online

The online Planning, Building Control and Licensing service will be unavailable on the following days due to essential maintenance work. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
• Friday 3 November 2017 – from 16:00
• Saturday 4 November 2017
• Sunday 5 November 2017
• Thursday 18 January 2018
• Wednesday 31 January 2018
• Thursday 1 February 2018
• Thursday 1 March 2018

 

You can search building control applications using various fields including address, the proposal, reference number or even using the mapping tool. We have produced a guide to help you search.

Please note: There will be details of applications online, however you will not be able to view the full application as building control applications are not public documents.

If you register with the service you can also

  • track the progress of applications
  • save searches that you may want to use again and again.

This service also links to online planning applications. 

If you think any of the information is incorrect, please contact us.

Data Protection and security

The information is used only for building regulation purposes. Inappropriate use of included personal information by participants or other website visitors will incur legal penalties.

Disclaimer

South Gloucestershire Council makes every effort to maintain the accuracy of the information on this website but cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage which may arise from the use of the information provided.

Please note that while the information is updated regularly, it is not a substitute for a local search, details of which can be found on the ‘local land searches’ page on this website. Also, some application’s details may be incomplete and not contain all the information relevant to the application.

The information does not constitute in any way a formal notification of a building control decision, and as such any actions taken as a result of information displayed on the site are undertaken entirely at the viewer’s own risk.

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