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Due to essential electrical work all of our online forms will be unavailable this weekend from 6pm on Friday 17 November until 4pm on Sunday 19 November 2017. Open Access will not be available in libraries from Friday evening until Monday morning.  IT services will also not be available in libraries in staffed opening hours.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Search planning applications

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

Search planning applications

The online planning service allows you to:

  • search for current and historic planning applications
  • view the plans and associated documents for all undecided planning applications
  • make comments online against planning applications that have yet to be decided
  • search weekly and monthly lists of applications and decisions
  • search for planning appeals and enforcement notice information

Following planning applications

You can register with the service to track the progress of a planning application or to save searches that you may want to use in the future.

If you would like to setup email alerts for planning applications in your area we have published an email alerts guide.

Further information

We recommend that before using the service you read the following pages:

On some occasions not all documents will be available to view because documentation may be received in different ways, formats and at different stages in the determination process.

We aim to publish application details received within five working days.

The website will be updated at the point that a decision is issued on the application or shortly afterwards. Application details published on the website will comply with data protection legislation and our retention policy.

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