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Supporting Documents for Pre-application Advice

Along with the fully completed application form and fee, there are additional documents that must be submitted at the same time.

IN THIS ARTICLE

  • What we do when we receive the application
  • What supporting documents are required
  • How much it costs
  • Apply for pre-application advice

When you submit an application, we make sure the application includes all the necessary information we need. Once we have all the required information, we will contact you to advise whether a meeting is required.

Although you don't need to submit as much information as you would when you apply for planning permission, the more information you tell us the more advice we can give in return.

If we don't have all the minimum required information, we will notify you.

We have the right to decline pre-application advice where we feel it's not necessary.

Read more on the Planning Portal

Supporting documents you will need with the application

Along with the fully completed pre-application form and fee, the following must be submitted:

  • A site plan identifying the proposed site area. What's this?
  • An existing and proposed layout plan showing the site or building as it exists, including existing uses and floor areas, and how proposed buildings/uses would be located on the site and how access would be obtained. View an example
  • Elevations and sketch drawings of the project. View an example

Supported documents for Listed Buildings

In addition to the above we need to know:

  • Description of all the works proposed
  • Plans identifying the exact part of the building to be altered
  • Details of any known historic materials that will be affected 

If joinery is to be altered, the following should also be submitted:

Windows:

  • Cross sections and elevation drawings of existing frames, glazing bars and cills
  • Cross sections and elevation drawings of proposed frames, glazing bars and cills
  • Location of existing and proposed windows within the reveals
  • Manufacturer's details can also be provided. 

Doors:

  • Cross sections and elevation drawings of existing and proposed doors
  • Manufacturer's details can also be provided. 

After we have received your pre-application form, we may ask for additional information. We will contact you to advise you of the details.

Read more on the Planning Portal

How much it costs:

Check what fee is applicable

You may also be liable to planning obligations such as Section 106 agreements. What's this?

How to apply:

Apply for Pre-application Advice online
 

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Documents to go with your Application