- Start:Mar 04, 2019
- End:Apr 01, 2019
- Results planned
for publication:May 31, 2019
- Reference number:48
We are asking for people’s views on the updated list of local validation requirements which set out what specific forms of information will need to be provided in association with the various types of planning applications. We are required to review our local validation list at least every 2 years. Your views are welcomed and will be considered in preparing the final version for publication.
You can view and download the document by clicking the further information button below. To add comments, please see the link at the top right hand corner of this page.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a new Council consultation system so, unless you have already done so, you will need to register before you can make any comments. ID numbers and passwords from the previous system will no longer work.
Comments should be received by 5pm on Monday 1st April 2019.
Local planning authorities are required to publish a list of information they require to “validate” the planning applications they receive. This validation list forms two components, the national requirements, including the application form, the fee, certificates etc. and secondly, specific local validation requirements known as the Local Validation Checklist.
The Government requires local planning authorities to review their local validation list every two years. In addition, the Council adopted their Local Plan on the 3rd January 2019 and there have been a significant number of changes to national planning legislation, policy and guidance over the past two years. It is therefore considered timely to review the Council’s Local Validation Checklist in accordance with paragraphs 43 and 44 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and paragraphs 38-44 of the National Planning Policy Guidance (NPPG).
We are updating the list of local validation requirements in accordance with the advice set out in the NPPF which require local validation lists to be reviewed by Local Planning Authority’s at least every 2 years.