These websites contain specific information on planning matters and planning related matters.
The Planning Portal is an on-line resource for planning information and services. In addition to practical information, the portal can help you apply for planning permission or appeal against a decision.
Planning Aid provides free, independent and professional advice and support on planning issues to people and communities who cannot afford to hire a planning consultant. Planning Aid complements the work of local authorities but is wholly independent of them. Visit the Planning Aid website.
Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG)
The Planning Directorate's work is at the heart of the Communities Plan. Supporting communities that: are economically prosperous; have decent homes at affordable prices; safeguard the countryside; enjoy a well designed, accessible and pleasant living and working environment; and are effectively and fairly governed with a strong sense of community.Visit the Department for Communities and Local Government website.
Online Planning Offices
This website provides you with information on all aspects of planning and building control, including building regulations, listings of Council Planning Offices and local relevant services and suppliers. Visit the Online Planning Offices website.
The Inspectorate's main work is the processing of planning and enforcement appeals and holding inquiries into local development plans. They also deal with a wide variety of other planning related casework including listed building consent appeals, advertisement appeals, and reporting on planning applications. Visit the Planning Inspectorate website.
The Environment Agency provides useful information on planning matters for developers, their agents and the public. Visit the Environment Agency website.
National mapping agency of Great Britain. Visit the Ordnance Survey website.