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Householder Application for Planning Permission
for works or extension to a dwelling and listed building consent.
Town and Country Planning Act 1990
Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990
1. Applicant Name and Address
Title: First name:
Last name:
Address 1:
Address 2:
Town:
Address 3:
County:
Country:
Postcode:
Company
(optional):
House
number:
House
name:
House
suffix:
Unit:
2. Agent Name and Address
Title:
House
name:
House
suffix:
House
number:
Unit:
Company
(optional):
First name:
Last name:
Address 1:
Address 2:
Town:
Address 3:
County:
Country:
Postcode:
If you would rather make this application online, you can do so on our website:
https://www.planningportal.co.uk/apply
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(Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 (as amended).
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Upon receipt of this form and any supporting information, it is the responsibility of the Local Planning Authority to inform you of its
obligations in regards to the processing of your application. Please refer to its website for further information on any legal, regulatory and
commercial requirements relating to information security and data protection of the information you have provided.
Local Planning Authority details:
It is important that you read the accompanying guidance notes and help text as incorrect completion will delay the processing of your
application.
If printed, please complete using block capitals and black ink.
Please ensure that the information you submit is accurate and correct and does not include personal or sensitive information. If you require
any further clarification, please contact the Local Planning Authority directly.
Publication of applications on planning authority websites
Information provided on this form and in supporting documents may be published on the authority's planning register and
website.
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Has the work already started?
NoYes
If Yes, please state when the work was started (DD/MM/YYYY):
(date must be pre-application submission)
Has the work already been completed?
NoYes
If Yes, please state when the work was completed (DD/MM/YYYY):
(date must be pre-application submission)
3. Description of Proposed Works
Please describe the proposed works:
4. Site Address Details
Please provide the full postal address of the application site.
House
name:
House
suffix:
House
number:
Address 1:
Unit:
Address 2:
Town:
Address 3:
County:
Postcode
(optional):
Easting: Northing:
Description of location or a grid reference.
(must be completed if postcode is not known):
Description:
5. Pre-application Advice
Has assistance or prior advice been sought from the local
authority about this application?
NoYes
If Yes, please complete the following information about the advice
you were given. (This will help the authority to deal with this
application more efficiently).
Please tick if the full contact details are not
known, and then complete as much as possible:
Officer name:
Reference:
Date (DD/MM/YYYY):
(must be pre-application submission)
Details of pre-application advice received?
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Is a new or altered vehicle access
proposed to or from the public highway?
Yes
No
Is a new or altered pedestrian access
proposed to or from the public highway?
Yes
No
Do the proposals require any diversions,
extinguishments and/or creation of public
rights of way?
Yes No
If Yes to any questions, please show details on your plans or
drawings and state the reference number(s) of the plan(s)/
drawing(s)
6. Pedestrian and Vehicle Access, Roads and Rights of Way
7. Trees and Hedges
Are there any trees or hedges on your own
property or on adjoining properties which
are within falling distance of your proposed
development?
Yes No
If Yes, please mark their position on a scaled
plan and state the reference number of any plan(s)/drawing(s):
Will any trees or hedges need to be removed
or pruned in order to carry out your proposal?
No
Yes
If Yes, please show on your plans which trees by giving them
numbers e.g. T1, T2 etc, state the reference number of the plan(s)/
drawing(s) and indicate the scale.
8. Materials
Please provide a description of existing and proposed materials and finishes to be used in the building (demolition excluded):
Existing
(where applicable)
Proposed
Not
applicable
Don't
Know
External walls
Roof covering
Chimney
Windows
External doors
Ceilings
Internal walls
Floors
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8. Materials continued
Existing
(where applicable)
Proposed
Not
applicable
Don't
Know
Internal doors
Rainwater goods
Boundary treatments
(e.g. fences, walls)
Vehicle access and
hard standing
Lighting
Others
(add description)
Are you supplying additional information on submitted drawings or plans?
Yes No
If Yes, please state plan(s)/drawing(s) references:
9. Demolition
If Yes, which of the following does the proposal involve?
Does the proposal include the partial or
total demolition of a listed building?
Yes
No
a) Total demolition of the listed building:
Yes No
NoYes
b) Demolition of a building within
the curtilage of the listed building:
c) Demolition of a part of the listed building:
Yes No
Please provide a brief description of the building or part of the building you are proposing to demolish:
If the answer to c) is Yes:
i) What is the total volume of the
listed building?(cubic metres)
ii) What is the volume of the part
to be demolished?(cubic metres)
iii) What was the (approximate) date of the
erection of the part to be removed? (MM/YYYY)
(date must be pre-application submission)
Why is it necessary to demolish or extend (as applicable) all or part of the building(s) and or structure(s)?
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10. Listed Building Alterations
If Yes, do the proposed works include:
(you must answer each of the questions)
Do the proposed works include alterations to a listed building?
Yes
No
a) Works to the interior of the building?
Yes No
b) Works to the exterior of the building?
NoYes
c) Works to any structure or object fixed to the property (or buildings within its curtilage) internally or externally?
Yes No
d) Stripping out of any internal wall, ceiling or floor finishes (e.g. plaster, floorboards)?
Yes No
If the answer to any of these questions is Yes, please provide plans, drawings, photographs sufficient to identify the location, extent and
character of the items to be removed, and the proposal for their replacement, including any new means of structural support and state
references for the plan(s)/drawing(s):
11. Listed Building Grading
Please state the grading (if known) of the building in the list of
Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic interest? (Note: only
one box must be ticked)
Grade I
Grade II
Grade II*
Ecclesiastical Grade I
Ecclesiastical Grade II
Ecclesiastical Grade II*
Don't know
12. Immunity From Listing
Has a Certificate of Immunity from Listing been sought in respect of
this building?
Yes No Don't know
If Yes, please provide the result of the application:
13. Parking
Will the proposed works affect existing car parking arrangements?
Yes
No
If Yes, please describe:
14. Authority Employee / Member
It is an important principle of decision-making that the process is open and transparent. For the purposes of this question, "related to"
means related, by birth or otherwise, closely enough that a fair-minded and informed observer, having considered the facts, would
conclude that there was a bias on the part of the decision-maker in the local planning authority.
Yes No
If Yes, please provide details of their name, role and how you are related to them.
Do any of the following statements apply to you and/or agent? With respect to the authority, I am:
(a) a member of staff
(b) an elected member
(c) related to a member of staff
(d) related to an elected member
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15. Ownership Certificates and Agricultural Land Declaration
One certificate A, B, C, or D must be completed with this application form
CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP - CERTIFICATE A
Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Certificate under Article 14 &
Regulation 6 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990
I certify/ The applicant certifies that on the day 21 days before the date of this application nobody except myself/ the applicant was the
owner* of any part of the land or building to which the application relates, and that none of the land to which the application relates is, or
is part of, an agricultural holding**
NOTE: You should sign Certificate B, C or D, as appropriate, if you are the sole owner of the land or building to which the
application relates but the land is, or is part of, an agricultural holding.
* “owner” is a person with a freehold interest or leasehold interest with at least 7 years left to run.
** “agricultural holding” has the meaning given by reference to the definition of “agricultural tenant” in section 65(8) of the Act.
Date (DD/MM/YYYY):Or signed - Agent:Signed - Applicant:
CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP - CERTIFICATE B
Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Certificate under Article 14 &
Regulation 6 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990
I certify/ The applicant certifies that I have/the applicant has given the requisite notice to everyone else (as listed below) who, on the day
21 days before the date of this application, was the owner* and/or agricultural tenant** of any part of the land or building to which this
application relates.
* “owner” is a person with a freehold interest or leasehold interest with at least 7 years left to run.
** “agricultural tenant” has the meaning given in section 65(8) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990
Name of Owner / Agricultural Tenant
Address
Date Notice Served
Date (DD/MM/YYYY):Or signed - Agent:
Signed - Applicant:
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CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP - CERTIFICATE D
Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Certificate under Article 14 &
Regulation 6 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990
I certify/ The applicant certifies that:
Certificate A cannot be issued for this application
All reasonable steps have been taken to find out the names and addresses of everyone else who, on the day 21 days before the
date of this application, was the owner* and/or agricultural tenant** of any part of the land to which this application relates, but I
have/ the applicant has been unable to do so.
* “owner” is a person with a freehold interest or leasehold interest with at least 7 years left to run.
** “agricultural tenant” has the meaning given in section 65(8) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990
Notice of the application has been published in the following newspaper
(circulating in the area where the land is situated):
The steps taken were:
On the following date (which must not be earlier
than 21 days before the date of the application):
Date (DD/MM/YYYY):Or signed - Agent:Signed - Applicant:
CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP - CERTIFICATE C
Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Certificate under Article 14 &
Regulation 6 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990
I certify/ The applicant certifies that:
Neither Certificate A or B can be issued for this application
All reasonable steps have been taken to find out the names and addresses of the other owners* and/or agricultural tenants** of
the land or building, or of a part of it, but I have/ the applicant has been unable to do so.
* “owner” is a person with a freehold interest or leasehold interest with at least 7 years left to run.
** “agricultural tenant” has the meaning given in section 65(8) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990
The steps taken were:
Name of Owner / Agricultural Tenant
Address
Date Notice Served
Notice of the application has been published in the following newspaper
(circulating in the area where the land is situated):
On the following date (which must not be earlier
than 21 days before the date of the application):
Signed - Applicant: Or signed - Agent: Date (DD/MM/YYYY):
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Or signed - Agent:Signed - Applicant: Date (DD/MM/YYYY):
(date cannot be
pre-application)
17. Declaration
I/we hereby apply for planning permission/consent as described in this form and the accompanying plans/drawings and additional
information. I/we confirm that, to the best of my/our knowledge, any facts stated are true and accurate and any opinions given are the
genuine opinions of the person(s) giving them.
18. Applicant Contact Details
Telephone numbers
Country code:
National number:
Extension
number:
Country code:
Mobile number (optional):
Country code:
Fax number (optional):
Email address (optional):
19. Agent Contact Details
Telephone numbers
Country code:
National number:
Extension
number:
Country code:
Mobile number (optional):
Country code:
Fax number (optional):
Email address (optional):
20. Site Visit
Can the site be seen from a public road, public footpath, bridleway or other public land?
No
Yes
If the planning authority needs to make an appointment to carry
out a site visit, whom should they contact? (Please select only one)
Other (if different from the
agent/applicant's details)
ApplicantAgent
If Other has been selected, please provide:
Contact name: Telephone number:
Email address:
16. Planning Application Requirements - Checklist
Please read the following checklist to make sure you have sent all the information in support of your proposal. Failure to submit all
information required will result in your application being deemed invalid. It will not be considered valid until all information required by
the Local Planning Authority (LPA) has been submitted.
The original and 3 copies* of other plans
and drawings or information necessary to
describe the subject of the application:
The original and 3 copies* of a
design and access statement if
proposed works fall within a
conservation area or
World Heritage Site, or relate to a
Listed Building:
The correct fee:
The original and 3 copies* of the
completed, dated Ownership
Certificate (A, B, C or D – as
applicable) and Article 14
Certificate (Agricultural Holdings):
The original and 3 copies* of a
completed and dated application form:
The original and 3 copies* of a plan which
identifies the land to which the application
relates drawn to an identified scale
and showing the direction of North:
*National legislation specifies that the applicant must provide the original plus three copies of the form and supporting documents (a
total of four copies), unless the application is submitted electronically or, the LPA indicate that a smaller number of copies is required.
LPAs may also accept supporting documents in electronic format by post (for example, on a CD, DVD or USB memory stick).
You can check your LPA's website for information or contact their planning department to discuss these options.
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