Applications for Householder Planning Permission
Validation list for extensions or alterations to a dwellinghouse.
You must submit the information set out below (on both the national and local validation lists) with your application for it to be accepted as a valid application and for the processing of your application to start.
We strongly encourage you to submit all applications online via the Planning Portal. However, if you choose to submit your application via the post, 2 hard copies are required of all application documents.
If you have not included any of the information that is required with your application, you should provide written justification why you consider that the information is not required. The Council will make your application invalid if it does not agree with the justification.
Download validation list for applications for Householder Planning Permission or check list below:
National Validation Requirements
|A completed application form||All applications|
|The appropriate fee||All applications|
|A location Plan||All applications|
|Ownership Certificate and Agricultural Land Declaration||All applications|
|Plans, drawings or information necessary to describe the development||All applications|
Local Validation Requirements
|Archaeological impact statement||Sites which include or have the potential to include heritage assets with archaeological interest, including Archaeological Priority Areas and Sites of Archaeological Importance.|
|Basement impact assessment||Required for all applications that include a basement.|
|Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) additional information form||For all applications including:
|Contaminated land survey||Where the site has been identified as being risk from contamination or a development is proposed in close proximity to a contaminated site.|
|Demolition plan (at a recognised metric scale)||Where significant demolition is proposed to part of a building or to a number of buildings on a site.|
|Ecological assessment / protected species survey||Where development has the potential to affect designated environmentally important sites or where there is a reasonable likelihood of a protected species being present.|
|Flood risk assessment||A Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) should be provided with a planning application for developments in the following circumstances:
|Noise and/or vibration impact assessment||Where the proposed development includes new plant or machinery and has the potential to impact upon sensitive uses or where a sensitive use is proposed in close proximity to a noise or vibration source|
Plans and drawings or information necessary to describe the subject of the application (or indicative drawings in the case of an outline application where the relevant matters are reserved)
|Site plan||Where necessary to clarify the extent of the site in addition to the Location plan.|
|Site survey||Where there are significant level changes within the site, and for all applications that include basements.|
|Tree survey / arboricultural impact assessment||Required for applications that involve the pruning or removal of existing trees and for the carrying out of demolition, building or engineering operations (including the excavation of foundations, construction of basements, any changes of level and service/utility runs) where these may affect trees both on site or on adjoining land.|
- What you will need when submitting a planning application
- Applications for Householder Planning Permission
- Applications for Full Planning Permission or Technical Details Consent
- Applications for Outline Planning Permission
- Applications for the approval of Reserved Matters pursuant to an Outline Planning Consent
- Further information on validation requirements
- Local Validation List consultation
- Planning fees