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Each valid planning application we receive is subject to a 24 day consultation period so that the views on the proposed development can be expressed by local communities and Statutory consultees. Letters to neighbours, site notices and press adverts all include the date by which comments should be received. This is usually 24 days after the letter was sent or the site notice displayed. We cannot make a decision on an application until the latest date publicised for receipt of comments has passed if there are differences in the dates published. The planning authority has no control over the publication dates within newspapers and site notices cannot always be erected immediately.
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How to comment online
To ensure that your views are not misinterpreted, we can only accept comments in writing.
The easiest way to submit a comment on a planning application is by creating a user account via Public Access. You must register to leave a comment or save a search. If you register, additional functions will be available to you, including track the progress of an application and receive email notification when the decision is made. For further guidance please see the User guide or contact us for assistance.
Your comments whether submitted online, via email or in a letter will become public documents and will be available for public inspection and published on our website. This will include your name and address; your e-mail address and telephone number and any signatures will remain private. Comments should not contain any information that may be deemed offensive, or potentially offensive.
Comments taken into consideration
Due to volume of correspondence we receive on planning applications, we cannot enter into detailed correspondence or discussions with individual concerns raised. Your comments should be based on material consideration, this will be taken into account when deciding a planning application or on an appeal against a planning decision.