How to View and Comment on Planning Applications Online
The Planning Online service allows you to view the details of a
planning application, monitor the progress of a planning
applications and view all the related documents and plans. You can
also view applications submitted to the former Borough and County
Council's using this service.
View and Comment on Planning Applications
By using the Council's web site to access planning applications
and drawings you undertake to agree to our copyright notice
If you are unable to access the information online or you are
assisting someone without access to the internet, planning
applications can be inspected at the relevant Council offices.
Please look at the Contact Planning page for information on our
office locations and opening hours.
If you want to comment on, support or object to an
application , you will find a link called 'Comment
on this application' when using the search facility above.
Before you do that we suggest you read our guide to commenting on planning
Please be aware of the following:
- We have received a large amount of hard copy representations
relating to a number of sites. Representations received this way
are very resource intensive as we redact personal details like
signatures to protect personal information. As a result it may take
up to 1 week before any comments not submitted via
our website will be available to view online.
- External documents, plans, representations and consultation
replies will not appear on the website immediately and may take a
few days from receipt to to become available
- Applications will not appear on the website until they have
been registered and confirmed as valid
- You will need Adobe Reader to view the documents and plans.
Download PDF reader free of
charge from the Adobe website
Copyright Notice Terms
Plans, drawings and material submitted to the council are
protected by the Copyright, Design and Patents Act 1988 (section
47). You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed
for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with
previous schemes and to check whether developments have been
completed in accordance with approved plans. Further copies must
not be made without the prior permission of the copyright