Planning Applications Search
- View details of planning applications from 1974, scanned decision notices from 1990, and plans and accompanying documents for applications registered from 1st August 2005.
- Images of most scaled drawings received since the 1st May 2010 may be measured using Adobe Reader extensions. You may need to set Adobe Reader on your PC so that you view the drawing through that and not the browser. Instructions are in this brief guide to using the measuring tool. See also the more general Planning Portal guide.
- If the status of an application in the search results list is 'Consultation period' you can comment or respond to a consultation request using an online form. Note that submission details do not appear on the website immediately - this may take two or more days.
*** BODHAM WIND TURBINE APPEAL DECISION ***
The Government’s appointed Inspector has ALLOWED the appeal for the Bodham Wind turbine (ref: PF/11/0983), notwithstanding the objections put forward by the Council and other interested parties. A copy of the decision is available HERE. The Council has initiated a challenge to the appeal decision and the matter will be considered by the High Court in due course.
*** GREAT RYBURGH MALTINGS HIGH COURT DECISION ***
James Dingemans QC (Sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge) has QUASHED the Council’s decision to approve the application (ref: PF/09/0966) following a judicial review. The effect of this decision is that the planning application will have to be referred back to the Development Committee for re-determination having regard to, amongst other things, the judge’s comments in respect of potential pollution risk and the imposition of planning conditions. A copy of the judgement is available HERE.
However, the Council and the applicant are seeking leave to appeal the High Court decision and the matter will be considered by the Court of Appeal in due course.
- Application Quick Search - you don't need to type the full reference - for the new style reference, use YY/nnnn e.g. 09/1234
For the old style reference, use YYYYnnnn e.g. 20051234 (for applications registered up to the 28th October 2009).
- Search by Address - works best with a partial address like 'High Street Holt'.
A Postcode search may not find all applications for that postcode. We do not recommend using a postcode search.
- Use the More Search Options at the bottom of the page to search on one or more of Parish, Location or date range, or to search for appeals.
In the Results
- Consultation expiry date is 21 days after the latest of the Site Notice Date and Press date.
- Decision Level
Members - Decision will be made by the relevant Development Management Committee.
Delegated - Decision will be made by a Planning Officer.
- Committee Meeting Date
Please be aware that this date can be changed. To be sure that an application is going to a particular committee, check the agenda on the Development Committee Pages five working days before the meeting.
- Consultation for applications received before the 29th October 2009:
- the list of consultees is not displayed,
- the Summary of Responses is empty except the total number of interested party representations,
- the addresses of interested parties who have made representation are displayed.
PLEASE NOTE, for Non Material Amendment applications there is no requirement to publicise the application - despite the wording of the web page.
Making a CommentComments on a planning application should be made within 21 days of the latest of the Press Date or the Site Notice date. If you make a comment, your address will appear in the online Register and your comment will be available for viewing at the Council offices. Note that submission details do not appear on the website immediately - this can take two or more days after you make a comment online.
ONLY comments about planning issues can be considered.
- Planning Issues include: amenity, appearance of the development, conservation, design, effect on wildlife, highway safety, historic buildings, loss of light or privacy, noise, overshadowing of your home, traffic and parking issues
- Issues which CANNOT be taken into account include: boundary disputes, construction noise, effect on property values, loss of view, private rights
You can make a comment by:
- using the SEARCH HERE / COMMENT page (link above), select the application and choose the appropriate option, if you are not a consultee use Public Representations. Comments made online using the form will be acknowledged. You do not need to telephone or email us to make sure that we have received the comment.
- or E-mail your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
- or send your comments via regular mail to Planning Section, North Norfolk District Council, Council Offices, Holt Road, Cromer, NR27 9EN
For email or postal comments, please include:
- the reference number of the planning application, or the exact address of the site, if you don't know the number,
- your comments
- your name, address and contact details as anonymous comments do not carry any weight.
Search Tree Works Applications and Tree Preservation OrdersSearch the Tree Works Register and Tree Preservation Order Register for details of tree preservation orders (TPOs) created since 1952, as well as applications for:
- works to trees which are covered by Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) from 1952
- works to trees in Conservation Areas from 2008
- works to trees related to planning applications from 2008
Note that no documents are available in the search results.
The TPO search is accessed from the bottom of the first screen.
You can use the search above to search on the weekly list date to bring up all applications received in the previous week.
A weekly list of tree works applications is now available at the end of the weekly list of planning applications on the weekly list page.
Search Enforcements or Submit a Suspected Breach of PlanningSearch results may include cases with Planning Contravention Notices and Breach of Condition Notices - not all of these are Land Charges.
The form for submitting a suspected breach of planning is at the foot of the first search page. You can attach photographs or documents. There is more information about breaches of planning on our Making an Enforcement Complaint page.
If you would like further clarification of a case, please contact the enforcement team at email@example.com or telephone 01263 516228 / 516247
County Planning Applications & National Infrastructure ProjectsSearch Norfolk County Council Planning Applications
Norfolk County Council handles Minerals and Waste applications for the whole of Norfolk. Use the link above to search for county applications and select District North Norfolk.
National Infrastructure Planning - look at progress on major infrastructure projects in England and Wales.
CopyrightCopyright Plans, drawings and material submitted to the Council are protected by the Copyright Act (Section 47, 1988 Act).
- You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed, for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans.
- Further copies must not be made without the prior permission of the copyright owner, (the applicant/ agent/ architect).
- You may, however, make copies of decision notices and reports provided the copies are not altered in any way.
Please note that some of the electronic drawings are large files, in excess of 2Mb's. Unless you have a broadband Internet link, these files will take approximately 20 minutes or more to download.
Enforcement Enquiries: 01263 516247 / 516228