Where should planning notices be displayed?
Ideally, site notices will be posted on the application site itself and in a position where they can be read without going on private land.
What does Publication required mean on planning permission?
This means they have the right to make their case to the Board that they should be allowed to appeal. Also, if significant further information is submitted which the Planning Authority requires to be advertised, submissions may be made during the period of two weeks from the publication of the advertisement.
How are Neighbours notified of planning applications?
Where there is land with no premises within the area of neighbouring land, a notice will be published in a local newspaper. The cost of that advert is charged to the applicant, and the application cannot be decided until it is paid.
Do planning applications have to be displayed?
As a local planning authority we are required by law to publicise all planning applications. This can include advertisements in a local newspaper, site notices and neighbour notifications. Applications are also advertised weekly in the press and on the Council’s website.
How long do planning notices have to be displayed?
Where a parish council or Neighbourhood Forum is notified of a planning application, they must make any representations within 21 days. In the case of applications for public service infrastructure development made on or after 1st August 2021 the period is 18 days.
What are planning notices?
Local planning authorities must undertake a formal period of public consultation before making a decision on a planning application. Statutory notices ensure local residents are informed about applications that affect them.
What grounds can Neighbours object to planning permission?
For example, if the proposed developments would impede disabled access or lead to a shortage of parking, loading and turning space, you may have the basis for a dispute. Similarly, if the planning permission is likely to generate a significant amount of traffic or impact road user safety, you may be able to dispute it.
What happens if Neighbour objects to planning permission?
If a neighbour objects and challenges your application, you have the right to appeal. However, if the objections can be addressed with an alteration to the design of the extension, you can also opt to amend the plan accordingly and re-submit the application.
What are the newspaper notice requirements for planning applications?
Newspaper notice requirements: Name of the planning authority Location, townland or postal address of land structure Nature and extent of the development Number of houses stated, if applicable Retention – nature of proposed use and period where appropriate Protected structure – indicate the fact IPC licence required – indicate the fact
What is a statutory planning notice?
Statutory planning notice. Local planning authorities must undertake a formal period of public consultation before making a decision on a planning application . Statutory notices ensure local residents are informed about applications that affect them.
How long does it take for planning permission to be approved?
The application must be received by the local authority within 2 weeks of the notice appearing in the local newspaper and the erection of the site notice. The site notice must remain in place for at least 5 weeks from the date of receipt of the planning application.
What are the conditions of planning permission?
Normally, planning permission is subject to conditions, some of which may require changes to your proposals. Planning permission normally lasts for 5 years. You may be required to make a financial contribution towards the construction of any road, water supply or sewerage that may be necessary.