Planning permission

Request copies of planning documents

When a decision is made on your application a legal document called a decision notice will be issued.

The decision notice outlines to the applicant whether an application has been granted or refused and any conditions needed to comply in carrying out the development.

Requesting documents

You can apply online for copies of planning documents. There is a fee for this service which is reviewed annually with any fee increase taking effect from 1 April each year.

You can view and download copies of planning applications from 2010 onwards free of charge by using Planning - search on Public Access

Copies of a decision notice may be requested for the sale or purchase of a property.

View summaries of building warrant submissions from 2010 onwards free of charge by using Building Standards - search on Public Access. This will also allow you to locate your warrant reference number if you do not already know it.

How we process your request

On receipt of your request, we will identify the file and the availability of the documents requested for copying. We aim to provide copy documents within 10 working days from receipt of your request.

All copies of documents will be emailed, wherever possible. Printing and postage costs may apply.

Request copies of Planning documents