Make a planning application
Making a planning application
We recommend you submit your planning application to us electronically by visiting the planning portal.
The site allows you to complete an online application form, buy site location plans, attach drawings and make your application electronically.
You can also purchase site location plans direct from the planning department at Wyre.
You can still submit planning applications the traditional way, but before you do so, why not take a look at the benefits of applying online? If you wish to submit your forms using the traditional method we will require two copies of all documentation.
The planning portal is an external site maintained by the Planning Inspectorate. It is the central point for finding our about the planning system in England and Wales.
Apply for planning permission online
Find out if you need planning permission
Planning portal homepage
The site also includes details on:
- Applying for planning permission
- Learning about the planning system
- Finding out about development in the area
- Appealing against a planning decision
- Researching the latest government policy
The benefits of applying online include:
- You do not need to copy the forms and plans three times - you only need to attach one copy
- You can pay the application fee online
- You will save money and time
- You will help protect the environment by using less paper
- We will receive the application faster and begin to check it earlier
Dealing with your planning application
Once your application has been sent, you can find out more about how we deal with your application
Please note: Planning fees, as currently set by The Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site Visits) (England) Regulations 2012 are being amended by The Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site Visits) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2017 which come in to force on 17 January 2018.
From this date all planning application fees will increase by 20%.
For further information please contact us
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