After The Decision Has Been Made
When planning permission is granted or is obtained as a result of an appeal, conditions are attached to the consent which must be adhered to when the development is carried out.
The conditions may require you to submit further information before the development can start and/or may impose specific permanent controls on how the development or use of land is carried out. Ensure that you understand those requirements before you commit yourself to carrying out the development.
If you have not obtained the necessary approval required by a condition before you start, it will be unlawful to proceed with the development. When you write seeking approval to details required to be submitted to comply with conditions, we aim to reply to agree the details, seek further information or suggest changes within fifteen working days. If we are unable to reach agreement on the necessary details, you may appeal to the DCLG, in the way described in our pages entitled "Planning Appeals".
If you wish to make changes to your plans after permission has been granted, we may be able to agree to these without the need for you to submit a new application if they are minor changes. If you send us revised plans, we aim to write to you within ten working days to tell you whether they are acceptable or not or whether a new application is needed.
Before commencing any form of development you should contact our Building Control Department to find out if Building Regulation Approval is required by emailing email@example.com or by telephone on 01785 619340 or by visiting their website Building Control
What Happens If Planning Permission Is Refused
If your application has been refused either at Committee or by Delegated Decision you can make an appeal against the decision through the Planning Inspectorate. Click on the link Appeals to Planning Portals Appeal Service.
Last Updated: 23/06/2017