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Application forms and certificates

You need to apply for planning permission online using the Planning Portal or you will need to use the forms which are listed below.

Using these forms and applying online will be the only legal way to submit a planning application. Please feel free to get in touch with us if you have any queries.

Applications forms for Prior Notifications are now available on the Planning Portal

Planning Validation


A document outlining the validation criteria for planning applications is available to view here.

Downloadable forms


  1. Householder application for planning permission for works or extension to a dwelling
  2. Householder application for planning permission for works or extension to a dwelling and for relevant demolition of an unlisted building in a conservation area
  3. Householder application for planning permission for works or extension to a dwelling and listed building consent
  4. Application for planning permission
  5. Application for outline planning permission with some matters reserved
  6. Application for outline planning permission with all matters reserved
  7. Application for planning permission and for relevant demolition of an unlisted building in a conservation area
  8. Application for planning permission and listed building consent for alterations,extension or demolition of a listed building
  9. Application for planning permission and consent to display advertisement
  10. Application for planning permission for relevant demolition in a conservation area
  11. Application for listed building consent for alterations, extension or demolition of a listed building
  12. Application for consent to display an advertisement
  13. Application for a Lawful Development Certificate for an existing use or operation or activity including those in breach of a planning condition
  14. Application for a Lawful Development Certificate for a proposed use or development
  15. Application for prior notification of agricultural or forestry development - proposed building
  16. Application for prior notification of agricultural or forestry development - proposed road
  17. Application for prior notification of agricultural or forestry development - excavation/waste material
  18. Application for prior notification of agricultural or forestry development - proposed fish tank (cage)
  19. Application for prior notification of proposed development by telecommunications code system operators
  20. Application for hedgerow removal notice
  21. Application for prior notification of proposed demolition
  22. Application for approval of reserved matters following outline approval
  23. Application for removal or variation of a condition following grant of planning permission
  24. Application for approval of details reserved by condition
  25. Application for tree works: works to trees subject to a tree preservation order (TPO) and/or notification of proposed works to trees in a conservation area
  26. Application for a new planning permission to replace an extant planning permission,in order to extend the time limit for implementation
  27. Application for a non-material amendment following a grant of planning permission
  28. Prior Approval of a Proposed Larger Home Extension
  29. Permission in Principle
  30. Agricultural to Residential

Certificate B should be completed if the applicant is not the sole owner, but knows the names and addresses of all the other owners (e.g. this certificate will need to be served if the proposals encroach onto adjoining land).

Certificate C should be completed if the applicant does not own all of the land to which the application relates, and does not know the name and address of all of the owners.

Notice to serve for Certificate B or C


Certificates B and C

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