Validating a requirement
Paragraph: 001 Reference ID: 14-001-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Non-planning consents are those consents that may have to be obtained alongside or after, and separate from, planning permission in order to complete and operate a development lawfully.Paragraph: 002 Reference ID: 14-002-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Applicants who are unsure about which type of application to make should speak to their local planning authority for information on different types of planning application, as well as non-planning consents.Paragraph: 007 Reference ID: 14-007-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Applications for approval under outline permission may be made either for all reserved matters at once, or individually.Even after details relating to a particular reserved matter have been approved, one or more fresh applications can be made for approval of alternative details in relation to the same reserved matter.Paragraph: 009 Reference ID: 14-009-20180615 Revision date: 15 06 2018 See previous version Most planning applications are submitted to the relevant local planning authority. In certain limited cases, it is possible to make an application direct to the Planning Inspectorate.In 2-tier council areas the relevant local planning authority will be the district council, except for applications involving minerals and waste development which are made to the county council. Paragraph: 010 Reference ID: 14-010-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Where a site which is the subject of a planning application straddles one or more local planning authority boundaries, the applicant must submit identical applications to each local planning authority.0);function Jh(a) ;function Uh() C(Uh,vh); Uh.prototype[th]=! 1,gi=new $h;function hi() ;function ii(a) ;function ji(a) function li() li.prototype.reset=function();var mi=new Vh(function(),function(a));function ni(a,b,c) function oi(a) ji.prototype.then=function(a,b,c);ji.prototype.$goog_Thenable=!
Planning permission which any local authority grants to itself runs with the land – see the Town and Country Planning General (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2018.
Paragraph: 005 Reference ID: 14-005-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Reserved matters are those aspects of a proposed development which an applicant can choose not to submit details of with an outline planning application, (ie they can be ‘reserved’ for later determination).
These are defined in article 2 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 as: Paragraph: 006 Reference ID: 14-006-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Under section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, applications for approval of reserved matters must be made within a specified time-limit, normally 3 years from the date outline planning permission was granted.
Paragraph: 003 Reference ID: 14-003-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 An application for full planning permission results in a decision on the detailed proposals of how a site can be developed.
If planning permission is granted, and subject to compliance with any planning conditions that are imposed, no further engagement with the local planning authority is required to proceed with the development granted permission, although other consents may be required.Where plans are being prepared under the transitional arrangements set out in Annex 1 to the revised National Planning Policy Framework, the policies in the previous version of the framework published in 2012 will continue to apply, as will any previous guidance which has been superseded since the new framework was published in July 2018.