How long does planning permission take Bradford Council?
Application documents are normally available to view within 24 hours of an application being validated. Some applications can have many documents, and as a result may take some time to load depending on your internet connection.
How far can you build without planning permission?
You can build a garage or outbuilding on your property without planning permission as long as it’s of a reasonable size – no higher than 4 metres. Do bear in mind though that outbuildings cannot take up more than half of the land around the original property.
Can I put a pergola in my front garden?
You will need planning permission for your pergola if it’s on the front of your house. You will need planning permission for your pergola if it is in a conservation area, on the side of your house between the house and the boundary wall.
Where can I Find my Bradford Council planning application?
Use the online mapping system to locate the application you are interested in. You will need to check both the “Planning Applications within 100 metres” and the “Images” of the historical plotting sheets. Please note that applications before 1993 have an alternative historical reference number, for example:
Where can I find Derby City Council planning application?
You can use our Derby Maps to view current planning applications. The map is not provided by us, any issues with the service should be taken up with the map provider. Cookies used on the site are categorized into ‘necessary’ and ‘analytical’. You can read about each category and allow or deny some or all of them.
Where can I find a copy of my planning application?
You can view electronic copies of planning applications, including application forms, plans and supporting information: online by using our online planning system. Application documents are normally available to view within 24 hours of an application being validated.
Where can I find the Register of planning decisions?
Search the register of planning decisions. Plans for all new developments that need planning permission are made public by the council. This could be an extension to your neighbour’s property or a new school in your area. Check out how you can view proposed building plans and object or comment on them.