You can find out how much your application will cost by using the
online fee calculator.
You may also be required to pay a
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) if your new floor area exceeds 100sq metres.
How to apply
The easiest way to apply for planning permission is online using the Planning Portal.
Apply for planning permission online
You can also apply by post using the paper application form.
Please be aware that there are some
types of applications that need to be sent to us directly.
Outline Planning Permission and Reserved Matters
If you are submitting an outline proposal for planning permission or you have been granted outline permission and want to add more details then you can
find out more information and apply through the Planning Portal. You will still need to refer to the
Local Validation Criteria (PDF 129KB) in your application.
Amending an application
You can make small changes to your application without having to make a new planning application. See
what changes are allowed as a non-material amendment(PDF 20KB). If you already have Building Regulations approval then you will also need to let your Building Control Service provider know of the changes. For anything not classed as a small change you will need to make a new planning application. A
non-material amendment application form and guidance notes for completing it are available from the Planning Portal.