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If you have a comment on a planning application, you need to tell us:
The consultation period usually lasts for 21 days (or 14 days for amended plans). This begins the date the application is registered (it's also published on this day).
If you have questions about an application, or need more information, contact the relevant Planning Officer. You'll find their details online when you search for the planning application. You can also use the portal to comment on planning applications.
To view an application, you do not need to log in.
The best way to search for an application is with the six-digit reference.
Select search and the results of your search will appear at the bottom of the page.
To view the planning application in more detail, select view.
To comment on a planning application you must be logged in.
To log in select ‘log in’ on the right side menu. Or register for an account.
After you've logged in, when searching for planning applications you can add a comment. Once submitted, your comment will then be sent to the planning team.
If you’re having trouble using the portal, we recommend trying a different browser.
Most applications are decided by senior planning officers.
If your application is considered by the planning committee we'll send you a letter. It will tell you the meeting date and you should address the committee.
To find out more, see our page on how we decide on planning applications.
You can't comment on proposals that have a Lawful Development Certificate. This is a certificate which can be issued for alterations, extensions or changes that don't need planning permission (under 'permitted development').