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Planning applications

  • Planning OnlineSearch, view and comment on planning applications online.
  • Apply for planning permission / Make an applicationThe planning portal is a national website for all planning permissions and information in England.
  • Step by step guide for making planning applicationsStage 1: Do you need planning permission? Stage 2: Pre-application advice Stage 3:
  • Planning Application ChecklistsBrowse Planning Application Checklists with information that is required to be submitted with your Planning Application.
  • Submitting your planning applicationAt this stage, if you haven't already, you should consider employing a professional planning agent or architect to prepare your planning application for you.
  • Application up and runningOnce the technical administration officer is satisfied that all the necessary information has been submitted, the application will be registered as valid and allocated to a planning officer.
  • Comment on planning applicationsThe quickest and easiest way to comment on a planning application is via Planning Online. You will ...
  • Design and access statementsA design and access statement is required for many types of planning application - both full and outline - but there are exemptions.
  • Heritage statementsListed buildings, conservation areas and archaeological sites represent a precious and irreplaceable resource.
  • Planning decisionsWhen a planning application has been decided, the Council will issue a 'decision notice' which clearly states whether permission is granted or refused. This will be sent to the applicant and also...
  • Granted or RefusedThese provide the outcome of a planning application. All decision notices are available online.
  • Planning appealsThis page provides guidance relating to the planning appeal process.
  • Planning CommitteeWhen planning applications or enforcement matters are referred to committee for determination it is the council's Eastgate or Lafford Planning Committee that will make the decision. All relevant...
  • Attending the planning committeeWe want to make sure that people are involved in the planning process and can make their views known.
  • Section 106 agreementsPlanning obligations provide a means of ensuring that developers contribute towards the infrastructure and the services that we believe necessary to facilitate proposed developments. Contributions...
  • View an applicationDetails of all planning applications are available on our Planning Online facility. This allows you to view current and historic applications and also make comments online. In addition, you can...
  • View applications in personWe recommend that you telephone in advance to check that the application you wish to view will be available.
  • Options appraisal for Nocton HallYou can find all the documents regarding Nocton Hall here.
  • Change of UseChange of Use
  • Planning application feesInformation on fees for planning applications.
  • Premium Validation checking serviceFor the submission of planning applications
  • Residential extensionsSee the supplementary planning document for residential extensions.
  • Sleaford West applicationSleaford West application