What is a pre-planning consultation?

What is a pre-planning consultation?

The purpose of pre-planning consultation is to afford applicants an opportunity to seek advice from the Planning Authority on a proposed development. This advice can include indicating the relevant objectives and policies of the development plan that may have a bearing on the decision of the application.

What is pre-application planning advice?

Pre-application advice is an optional service offered before full planning permission that allows you to understand how the development policies will apply, gain advice from a planning officer, identify any potential problems and rectify them before a full planning permission application is submitted.

What do I need for pre-planning meeting?

Pre-Planning Meetings Information and Advice

  1. Site location map outlining the site in red.
  2. Your name, address and phone number.
  3. Address and approximate size of site.
  4. Details of the ownership of the site.
  5. Description of the proposed development.

What is a pre-planning submission?

The purpose of pre-planning is to give an applicant for planning permission the opportunity to seek advice from the planning authority on the proposed development.

What happens in a pre-planning meeting?

Pre-planning meetings give applicants an opportunity to seek advice on their proposed development. If you or your architect want to speak to a planner before making a planning application you can request a pre-planning consultation.

How long should pre-planning take?

They can range from as little as a week or 10 days right up to several months, in the worst cases. A pre-app response is usually given in the form of a letter, but it could simply comprise notes taken at a face-to-face consultation.

What are pre-planning?

Preplanning is deciding how to get something done before starting on it. An example of preplanning is making a list of how you’re going to accomplish getting everything done in a day. Planning conducted in advance.

Is pre-planning advice worth it?

It is worth seeking pre-application advice, though, for larger schemes, for complicated proposals where you really need a steer from a case officer or where the application is sensitive and you would like a discussion with the case officer before it is made public through the formal application process.

What is the difference between pre-planning and planning?

is that plan is to design (a building, machine, etc) while preplan is to plan in advance.

Is it worth getting pre-planning advice?

Is pre-application planning advice confidential?

Pre-application advice is often a closed-door process, with discussions between councils and applicants remaining confidential. However, information can be published following a request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) or Environmental Information Regulations once the planning application is made.

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