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Planning Enforcement

The Planning Enforcement Service investigates alleged breaches of planning control and monitors conditions attached to planning conditions.   Planning laws are designed to control the development and use of land and buildings in the public interest. 

North Norfolk District Council operates its enforcement activities within government guidelines as set out in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) published in March 2012, and in accordance with the Council's policy as set out in the Local Development Framework Core Strategy.

This document outlines the Planning Enforcement Service.

Use the menu options on the right hand side of this page to find out how to make a complaint or appeal an enforcement notice.

If you believe unauthorised work to protected trees and hedges is being undertaken, you should contact the Council's Conservation, Design and Landscape section in writing or, in urgent cases telephone 01263 516142.


Search for Enforcement Cases

Search results may include cases with Planning Contravention Notices and Breach of Condition Notices - not all of these are Land Charges. 
Remember to click the enforcements radio button to search for an enforcement case. 

SEARCH for Planning Applications and Enforcement Cases

If you would like further clarification of a case, please contact the enforcement team at  planning@north-norfolk.gov.uk  or telephone 01263 516228 /  516247