Make a planning application
Apply for planning permission
You can make your own planning application(s), or you can hire a planning agent to work on your behalf.
You can apply for:
- Householder planning applications
- discharge of conditions (please read our discharge of conditions document for more information)
via our online forms. The accepted form of payment is debit or credit card.
Please note that these online forms can take a moment to load. Please contact our Planning team if you have any problems.
Once you have submitted your application, you will receive a receipt via email. Our Validation team will check the contents of your submission, and your payment details.
We are looking to develop other online forms, for other planning works, in the future. In the meantime, please apply for all other types of development via Planning Portal:
You will be able to attach any relevant electronic plans or drawings.
Apply for Modification (or discharge) of a Section 106 planning obligation
You can apply for modification, or discharge, of a Section 106 (S106) planning obligation by downloading and completing an application form.
Please send your completed form to email@example.com
If you need this application form in a different format, please contact us.
Apply for planning permission by post
You can download, print and complete the relevant application form from Planning Portal's paper forms generator.
Please send the form, any supporting documents and cheque for payment (if applicable) to:
8 Russell Road
We always recommend that you seek pre-application advice from us, as it will cost you to hire an agent and submit a planning application. We can advise you on the following:
- Whether your project needs permission, or consent
- Whether it is likely to be supported in principle
- Which information you will likely be asked for
Before you make a planning application, we also recommend that you read through the following information:
- National and local validation requirements for planning applications
- Common reasons why planning applications are not accepted