Listed Building Consent
One revised or fresh application for development of the same character or description, where the site edged in red is the same, by the same applicant within 12 months of
• the date of any refusal
• the date of registration of an application which was withdrawn
• the expiry of the statutory 8 week period where the applicant has appealed to the Secretary of State on the grounds of non-determination
• the date of receiving planning permission
Alterations, extensions, etc to a dwelling house for the benefit of a registered disabled person.
An application solely for the carrying out of the operations for the purpose of providing a means of access for disabled persons to or within a building or premises to which members of the public are admitted.
Applications required because of the removal of permitted development rights by a condition or by an Article 4 Direction, or by withdrawal of deemed advertisement consent.
NO FEE (£96 in some cases, check with officers)
Applications to consolidate existing permissions for mineral operations.
Works to Trees covered by a Tree Preservation Order, in a Conservation Area, Hedgerow removal
Applications for Lawful Development Certificate for Existing Use, where an application for the same development would be exempt
Application for Advertisement Consent following either a withdrawal of an earlier application (before decision notice issued) or where the application is made following refusal of consent for display of an advertisement, and where the application is made by or on behalf of the same person
Application for Advertisement Consent resulting from a direction under Regulation 7 of the Control of Advertisements Regulations 1992, dis-applying deemed consent under Regulation 6 to the advertisement in questions
Application for alternative proposals for the same site by the same applicant, in order to benefit from permitted development rights under Schedule 2, Part 3, Class E of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995.
Applications by Parish, Town and Community Councils.
Half the normal fee.
Applications for the approval of Reserved Matters following an outline planning permission.
The same fee that would have been charged on the equivalent application for full planning permission, unless earlier reserved matters applications have incurred total fees equalling that for a full application for entire scheme, in which case £462.
Applications by non-profit making clubs, societies, etc who are providing playing fields and other ancillary development (other than a building).
Alternative applications for one site made by the same applicant on the same day.
Highest of the fees applicable for each alternative and a sum equal to half the rest.
Development crossing planning authority boundaries, requiring several applications.
Only one fee paid to the authority having the larger site. Please contact the Planning Technician for advice on how to calculate the fee.