View planning applications and comment on-line
The Planning Application Information Online service is normally available for 24 hours, seven days a week, except for periods set aside for system maintenance which will usually take place between 3am and 5am.
A new Planning Application Information Online system has been introduced which contains new features which will improve your access to planning application information, including better search options. You can monitor the progress of an application and make comments while it is being considered and have the ability to receive email notifications relating to the applications or locations you are interested in.
The On-Line User Guide and At-a-Glance User Guide, under related downloads, will assist you with these processes.
Please Note: To comment on applications or to receive email notifications using this system, you will need to register your details and guidance on how to do this are in the User Guide. You can view details of planning applications submitted since January 1977, details of enforcement enquiries received and any appeals made against decisions made on planning applications and enforcement cases.
Additional terms applicable to planning application, planning enforcement and appeals records can be found by following Planning applications and planning enforcement.
How do I comment?
The best way to comment on any current planning application is to use the Planning Application Information Online service as this is automatically received by the Case Officer and recorded in our back-office system and will provide you with an automated acknowledgement by email.
Alternatively, you can write to the Development Control Division, Civic Offices, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7AT or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you quote the application reference number and provide your contact address details.
Minor amendments to approved applications
Non-material minor amendments to previously approved proposals now require the submission of an application. However, it is not normal procedure to notify neighbouring properties, or those who made representations on the original application, that a Minor Amendment application has been made. What constitutes a minor amendment?
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