Representations are anything we receive from a third party. You can object, support or comment on a
We accept representations on applications in a number of
ways. The easiest way to comment is
online via the Planning Register.
Alternatively, you can contact us directly via email or post.
It is important that you inform us of the planning
application reference number and site address when you are making a
representation, as well as your name and address. We need this because we unfortunately are not
able to consider anonymous comments.
Please be aware that any representations we receive are put
on a public file and will be available for members of the public to view.
We are responsible for investigating and resolving alleged breaches of planning control within our area. This includes situations where proper permission has not been given for a development or where issues relating the use of a building are causing a disturbance or issue for neighbours.
Our Planning Committee has an enforcement plan which is in accordance with guidance within the National Planning Policy Framework. This document sets out our approach to dealing with breaches of planning control and enforcement action, sets out priorities for action and timescales for that action and gives contact details for those wishing to report an alleged breach of control.