Make an application
If you are considering building, extending or (part) demolishing a property or developing or changing the use of a building or piece of land you may need to apply for permission. You may also like to consider using our pre-application advice service.
Find out about changes to permitted development rules for single storey rear extensions to houses, which come into force on 30 May 2013.
You may also find it useful to know whether there are any Heritage Assets or protected trees that will need to be taken into account in putting together your proposal.
If you wish to obtain a determination as to whether a proposal does or does not require planning permission, you may apply for a formal decision, known as a Lawful Development Certificate.
You may also need to apply for Advertisement consent.
When you are ready to apply
When you are ready to apply, paper forms are available from the Planning Portal or you can apply online. NB If you only need to extend the time limit of an existing planning permission or make a Non Material Amendment, these forms are only available to be printed. In addition to your application forms, you will also need to use the relevant checklist, and you may also need one or more of these additional forms.
You may also need to pay the appropriate fee for:
- a planning application also available in PDF format
- advertisments also available in PDF format
- other submissions also available in PDF format
Find out about changes to permitted development rules for single storey rear extensions to houses, which come into force on 30 May 2013. You will need to notify us of your proposal. There is no fee for this notification.
When permission has been given, it is likely that you will also need Building Regulation approval.
Maps for planning applications
If you need Ordnance Survey plans to accompany your application, these may be purchased at authorised Ordnance Survey retail outlets or through our partner site, GetMapping.