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Form PCS
Property Enquiry Form
Please complete in BLOCK LETTERS
Please note that when you submit a planning
application the information, including plans, maps and
drawings, will appear on the Planning Register which is publicly available and, along with other associated
documentation (with the exception of personal telephone numbers, email addresses or sensitive personal
data), will also be published on the Planning Portal through the Public Access Portal (
www.planningni.gov.uk).
Solicitor or Agent Name:
SECTION A
Address:
Town:
Postcode:
Tel:
Ref. No.:
Date:
SECTION B
Give the full postal address of the property to which the enquiry relates
Please give the full name of the owner (Must include forenames and surname to minimise processing time)
What is the nature of the property?
SECTION C
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR ENQUIRER
please read carefully
1. This form (1 copy only) should be completed and sent to the Property Certificates Central Unit,
County Buildings, 15 East Bridge Street, Enniskillen BT74 7BW, together with a map (see Note 2)
and the appropriate fee. Cheques should be made payable to the Fermanagh and Omagh Council.
The fee is currently £42.50 in respect of a single property. If the enquiry relates to more than
one property / site / parcel of land then an additional £5 is required for each, subject to a
maximum of £200.
2. The property should be referred to by its number / street / road / townland / town / postcode. It should
be clearly identified on an Ordnance Survey or other map of equivalent standard at the largest scale
available (maximum 1:1250). The map must show Ordnance survey sheet and plan number, and the
Irish Grid six figure reference number. Address Centre Extract (ACE) maps available from Ordnance
Survey are suitable for this requirement. The nature of the property e.g. dwelling house, shop, off-
For Official Use Only
Ref No.: __________________________
Date Rec’d: __________________________
Fee Rec’d: __________________________
Cheque No.: __________________________
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licence, etc should also be stated. Only one map must be sent with your application.
APPLICATION / CHEQUE MUST NOT BE STAPLED.
3. The replies will not attempt or claim to deal with matters which relate to other functions of Councils,
the Northern Ireland Housing Executive or other public bodies or with charges registered in the
Statutory Charges Register or matters registered in Land Registry or the Registry of Deeds.
4. The replies are furnished in accordance with the information at present available to officers of the
Council and on the understanding that neither the Council nor any officer of the Council is legally
responsible.
QUERIES
DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRANSPORT NI
1. Is the road adjoining the property maintainable by the Department within the meaning of the Roads
(NI) Order 1993? (Note: “road” includes the carriageway and any associated footway)
2. Are there any proposals for road works which may affect the property?
3. If the road is not maintained by the Department:
(i) has it been determined for adoption under the provisions
(ii) if so, has a bond been obtained from the Developer?
NORTHERN IRELAND WATER
4. Is a public sewer available to serve the property?
5. Is a public water main available to serve the property?
6. Have any consents under Article 22 of the Water and Sewerage Services (Northern Ireland) Order
1973 been granted conditionally or refused in relation to the property?
NORTHERN IRELAND ENVIRONMENT AGENCY
7. Have any consents under Article 9 of the Water (Northern Ireland) Order 1999 which include consent
issued under the Water Act (Northern Ireland) 1972 which are deemed as consents under the said
Order been granted or refused in relation to the property?
PLANNING
8. Has the property been the subject of a planning application? If so, please give details.
9. Has an occupancy condition been attached to any planning permission? If so, please specify.
10. Has any condition relating to trees been attached to any planning permission? If so, please specify.
11. Has the Council, or as the case may be, the Department of the Environment served any notice or
made any order or taken any other action under the Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 or Planning
(Northern Ireland) Order 1991 in respect of the property other than the matters registered in the
Statutory Charges Register?
GENERAL
12. Is there any present proposal by the Department / Council to acquire all or any part of the property for
any of its statutory functions?
13. Has any notice or counter-notice been served on or by the Council, or as the case may be, the
Department of the Environment under Part 1 of the Planning & Land Compensation Act (Northern
Ireland) 1971, the Planning Blight (Compensation) (NI) Order 1981, or the Planning (NI) Order 1991?
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