Have your say on planning applications
Most planning applications are subject to publicity and consultation and anyone is able to make representations should they wish to do so.
Consultations are normally limited to a 21 day period so you should always ensure your comments are received prior to the publicity expiry date.
If you want to object, support or comment on a planning application it must be made in writing using one of the following methods:
Comment using the online planning system
You can comment online using our Planning Public Access system. Just find the relevant application and add your comment by selecting the "submit comment" option at the top of the screen.
Comment by email
You can comment on applications by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please remember to include the application reference number as well as your name, address and postcode. This information is a legal requirement as part of the application process and will enable us to keep you informed about the progress of the application.
Some planning applications will be reported to planning committee, in most cases this is when three or more objections have been received. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, these meetings are now being held as virtual planning committees. If you are the applicant or you have submitted an objection, you will be contact by either letter or email to invite you to the virtual meeting with a hyperlink. Here is a guide on how to join these meetings using Microsoft Teams.
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