Planning and buildings downloads
The following files are available for download. Files in PDF format can be read using Adobe Reader. MS Word and Powerpoint files can be read by using their respective applications or any alternatives.
Application forms for Building regulations / Building control.
Supporting documents in relation to the Statement of community involvement
This is a list of supplementary planning documents (SPD) and supporting documents available for viewing
Use this contract if you,the customer, deal directly with a builder working on your home. It is not generally suitable for large projects where you may need to employ a consultant to act for you.
Documentation to support the Building (Local Authority Charges) Regulations 2010.
Documents providing guidance on issues which should be considered when designing and developing the borough
Documentation for the Tipton Area Action Plan (AAP) which provides a land use framework to guide development in a specific part of Tipton.
Reports relating to some of the conservation areas within Sandwell.
The Masterplan is to establish a planning and design framework, which a development partner should acknowledge/utilise in preparation of future detailed plans.
Position Statement: Strategic Spatial Planning in the West Midlands Metropolitan Area
Site allocation Policies Consultation
Adopted West Bromwich Civic Quarter Planning & Design Brief
West Bromwich Civic Quarter Site Context
Consultation process on the West Bromwich Civic Quarter
Building for Life has become a widely recognised nationally accredited standard for well-designed new homes and neighbourhoods & and was adopted as an SPD by Sandwell MBC on 19/03/11.
To preserve historic character and distinctiveness of Sandwell through adoption of local lists.
The SADDPD will guide development within the Borough till 2021 (except for the area covered by the West Bromwich AAP).
The Windmill Eye Neighbourhood Plan SPD is a Masterplan that sets out proposals which aim to assist in regenerating this particular area of Smethwick. In particular, it looks at how the housing choice and quality can be improved, where intervention is required and at what level. It is also looking at other issues such as the quality and access to open space, education and community facilities as well as improving easy access to services and the wider area. Consultation on the draft document took place from 1st November 2010 to 13th December 2010.
The Black Country five year growth plan document introduces the planned investment over the next 5 years, sets out development opportunities and helps prioritise and plan for new investment.
This report reviews the consultation undertaken during the production of the
Site Allocations & Delivery Development Plan Document (SAD DPD) between
September 2008 and August 2011.
Equality Impact Assessment for Sandwell Site Allocations and Delivery Development Plan Document
Rowley Regis definitive map Modification order
Wednesbury definitive map modification order
The Black Country Planning and Development Charter sets out how Sandwell Council will work in partnership with its customers and stakeholders to achieve high quality sustainable development.
Site Allocations and Delivery Development Plan Document Consultation Statement October 2011
West Bromwich Area Action Plan
Details and documentation about the Smethwick Area Action Plan.
Guidance Notes for the Site Allocations and Delivery Development Plan Document and the West Bromwich Area Action Plan Examinations
A final programme of hearings for Sandwells independent examinations 13 March 2012
Grove Lane Masterplan Supplementary Planning Document
Core documents list 2 April 2012.
Schedule of hearing showing participants with detailed matters
Schedule with Matters and Issues December 22 2011
Independent Examination of Sandwell Site Allocations and Delivery Development Plan Document and West Bromwich Area Action Plan - List of Core Documents
A list of core documents for examinations of the Site Allocations and Delivery Development Plan Document and West Bromwich Area Action Plan.
Documents supporting the Brades Village Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).
Documents supporting the Hill Top Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)
This provides additional supplementary guidance to the policy and proposals set out in the Council's Adopted Unitary Development Plan (2004). The Intensification Guide was adopted in April 2007.
The Lyng Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) was adopted as Council policy on 31st October 2006. The SPD sets out the objectives and principles that will underpin the redevelopment of the site.
This document aims to provide additional, more detailed advice on planning policy to anyone intending to make a planning application or develop a proposal within Sandwell.
Site Allocations and Delivery Development Plan Document and West Bromwich Area Action Plan Examinations Index of participants and statements 16 Febrary 2012.
Guidance for developers on how to consider the transport aspects of developments when making a planning application.
Supplementary planning document for the Smethwick Windmill Eye area.
Smethwick Conservation Area Character Appraisal.
Site Allocation and Delivery Development Plan Document (DPD) Implications of the National Planning Policy Framework
Correspondents on Site Allocation and Delivery DPD Implications of the National Planning Policy Framework.
Written response charges for planning permitted development and general enquiries
A list of historic built environment documents for the borough of Sandwell
West Bromwich Area Action Plan Adoption Document December 2012
work experience, urban design, planning, design
Mafeking Road Sales Particulars
Sales Particulars for Tunnel Road
Development Prospectus for Tunnel Road
Ashtree Road Development Prospectus
Downloads for Urban Design and Building Services
Popes Lane Marketing Particulars
Brook Road/Wolverhampton Road Sales Particulars
Revised Fees Schedule for Building Regulation applications as of 1st October 2016
Groveland Road Development Prospectus
Local Land Charge Fees 2017
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