Are You Planning to Extend or Carry Out Work to Your Home?
Below are a set of Self Assessment forms which we have developed to help you assess whether your proposed development works require planning permission.
Problems can occur if you carry out any work without permission when it is required, so please ensure you answer the questions on the Self Assessment correctly.
You should complete a Self Assessment Form even if you are replacing an extension or outbuilding and base your answers on the proposed works regardless of the extent of the building is being removed.
If you answer "YES" to any questions or your proposal does not comply with all the specified conditions then you will need to submit a planning application. This can be submitted on-line through the Planning Portal.
The DCLG have also prepared a detailed Technical Guidance document for Permitted Development for Householders which may help you:
Permitted Development for Householders - DCLG Technical Guidance (PDF Document, 0.21 Mb)
If you want written confirmation that Planning permission is not required then you will need to submit a Certificate of Lawful Proposed Development.
Even if you do not require planning permission you may still require Building Regulations Consent for the works you are proposing, particularly where any structural works are involved.
ATTACHED to the dwelling - includes conservatories, garages etc. and alterations to include windows, verandas, balconies etc.
- Self Assessment Form a Electronic May 2013 (Word Document, 0.18 Mb)
- Self Assessment Form a May 2013 (PDF Document, 0.24 Mb)
You may find your proposal requires a Prior Notification to be submitted for consideration prior to commencing work. Please use our Prior Notification Householder Development Form (PDF Document, 0.18 Mb) to ensure you provided the Council with all the necessary information.
Includes sheds, greenhouses and garages as well as other ancillary garden buildings such as swimming pools, ponds, sauna cabins, kennels, enclosures (including tennis courts) and containers for domestic heating etc.
- Self Assessment Form B Electronic (Word Document, 0.23 Mb)
- Self Assessment Form B (PDF Document, 0.14 Mb)C - Porch
C - Porch
On an external door of a house
- Self Assessment Form C - Electronic Do I Need Planning Permission? (Word Document, 0.2 Mb)
- Self Assessment Form C (PDF Document, 0.14 Mb)
Includes additions or alterations to a roof including dormers, roof extensions, roof lights, reroofing etc.
- Self Assessment Form D - Electronic Do I Need Planning Permission? (Word Document, 0.23 Mb)
- Self Assessment Form D (PDF Document, 0.1 Mb)
- Self Assessment Form E - Electronic Do I Need Planning Permission? (Word Document, 0.2 Mb)
- Self Assessment Form E (PDF Document, 0.14 Mb)
Drives, hardstandings, walls, fences, gates, access, dropped kerbs, etc.
- Self Assessment Form F - Electronic Do I Need Planning Permission? (Word Document, 0.24 Mb)
- Self Assessment Form F (PDF Document, 0.16 Mb)
Roof, wall mounted or freestanding solar equipment, wind turbines and heat pumps.
Refer to legislation that came into effect on the 1st December 2011.
Flyposting’ these are adverts that normally require consent to be displayed. –Advertisement Consent. The Council can take action to get the posters removed but the law in this respect is complex. If the posters do not identify who is responsible for them the Council may ‘obliterate’ or remove them. Formal action is possible if the information on the persons responsible for the display of the poster is available. The Council’s Enviro-team can issue fixed penalties if they are able to apprehend anyone in the process of displaying posters.
Fly posting is not normally considered an acceptable form of advertising. Illegal advertisers can be prosecuted and this can be dealt with in the Courts when it is considered expedient to do so
We will be happy to discuss your query over the telephone or you can submit your query online and we will investigate it further. Sometimes we will be able to answer your questions immediately. All complaints must be submitted in writing and all details will be kept confidential. However, where an issue is an emergency such as works to a listed building or protected tree, we will respond as a matter of urgency. Your contact details are important in order that we can keep you up to date with any investigation.
Some works are classed as 'permitted development'
Planning rules are decided by the central Government and are complicated. Not all building works need planning permission. For instance, garages, walls, small extensions, etc., may be exempt. Running a business from home does not always need permission.
If we find that the work does not need planning permission, then the planning service cannot take any action. Other Council services may be able to help. The enforcement officer dealing with your case will refer you to another department if they feel it would assist you. Sometimes, advice from a solicitor or Citizens' Advice Bureau might be of help to you.
We will write to you as soon as possible telling you whether planning permission is needed. If it is not, we will tell you why.
Yes. Again depending on the level of storage taking place there is action available to the Council to control untidy land. Action through the planning process however should be a last resort, there may be other legislation available to tackle issues such as this through Environmental Health or the Enviro Team who have action available under the Building Act or the Anti - Social Behaviour Act. We work together with these teams where our responsibilities cross and so we will discuss the issue with you and advise which Department would be best to assist you in these circumstances.
|FOI 1718||17th Feb 2012||Planning Info|
|FOI 1769||6th Mar 2012||Planning Applications for Greenbelt Land|
|FOI 1829||22nd Mar 2012||Planning Info|
|FOI 1889||23rd Apr 2012||Section 106|
|FOI 1910||25th Apr 2012||Pre-Planning Charges|
|FOI 1939||10th May 2012||Commuted Sums for Affordable Housing|
|FOI 3641||5th Dec 2013||Planning Correspondence|
|FOI 2049||18th Jun 2012||Planning Permission Stats|
|FOI 2101||4th Jul 2012||Noise|
|FOI 2265||24th Aug 2012||Affordable Rent Homes|
|FOI 2322||21st Sep 2012||Planning Policy|
|FOI 2542||12th Dec 2012||Planning Against Flood Advice|
|FOI 2559||19th Dec 2012||Contact Info|
|FOI 2563||21st Dec 2012||Neighbourhood Planning|
|FOI 1199||15th Feb 2011||Planning Permission in Burton on the Wolds|
|FOI 1241||28th Mar 2011||Councillor Ward Referral Requests|
|FOI 1282||26th Apr 2011||Planning Gains From Supermarket Planning Applications|
|FOI 3981||21st Feb 2014||Planning Numbers|
|FOI 4195||3rd Apr 2014||Planning and Members Interests|
|FOI 2606||14th Jan 2013||Retrospective Planning Permission|
|FOI 2621||18th Jan 2013||Prosecutions of Builders|
|FOI 2719||18th Feb 2013||Planning Appeals|
|FOI 2770||7th Mar 2013||Planning Docs|
|FOI 2803||15th Mar 2013||S106 Agreements|
|FOI 2808||20th Mar 2013||Affordable Housing|
|FOI 2917||24th Apr 2013||Contamination Survey|
|FOI 3067||7th Jun 2013||Wind Farm Planning Applications|
|FOI 3241||7th Aug 2013||Planning Information|
|FOI 3384||20th Sep 2013||Housing Land Supply|
|FOI 3394||24th Sep 2013||Home Extension|
|FOI 3424||2nd Oct 2013||Section 106 Money|
|FOI 3458||14th Oct 2013||S106 for Hallam Fields|
|FOI 3483||22nd Oct 2013||Repairs Report|
|FOI 3810||17th Jan 2014||Planning Request Numbers|
|FOI 4269||16th Apr 2014||Planning Documents|
|FOI 4418||16th May 2014||Supermarket S106|
|FOI 4425||19th May 2014||Supermarket Planning Applications|
|FOI 4454||27th May 2014||Planning Permission|
|FOI 3622||19th Nov 2013||Payments Under S106|
|FOI 3625||21st Nov 2013||Affordable Housing|
|FOI 3632||22nd Nov 2013||Planning Info|
|FOI 3670||4th Dec 2013||Planning Info|
|FOI 3691||10th Dec 2013||Planning Money|
|FOI 1654||24th Jan 2012||Planning Info|
Last updated: Mon 15th September, 2014 @ 17:11