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Local Information Requirements
A planning statement sets out relevant supporting information and justification for the proposed development and explains how the proposal meets local and national planning policy requirements.
The Council has to consider the conservation of biodiversity when deciding a planning application. This includes the protection of protected species, designated sites, habitats and geological features.
When is a tree and hedgerow care plan required?
When is an ecological/geological assessment required?
When Landscape and Visual Impact assessment required?
When is a Public Right of Way Statement required?
When is a Flood Risk Assessment required?
Used to ensure a satisfactory standard of surface water drainage for development and to minimise the risk of flooding.
When is a Non Mains Drainage Assessment required?
The private water supply assessment should demonstrate that the intended private water supply is feasible, adequate and does not compromise the adequacy of other private water supplies in the area.
When is a Heritage Statement required?
Please see Method Statement if a Structural Survey is deemed as not being necessary.
When Agricultural Dwelling Supplementary Information required?
When is a Farm Building Questionnaire required?
When is marketing evidence required?
When is Community Use Assessment required?
When is a Contaminated Land Report required?
A ventilation, exhaust or extraction report is needed so we can make sure that no nuisance, disturbance or loss of amenity is caused by odour, fumes, food droplets or noise to nearby properties.
When is a noise assessment required?
Where a development may cause loss of amenity to nearby property through loss of daylight or sunlight to habitable windows or cause overshadowing of adjacent land then an assessment will be required.
Used to assess the impact of any proposed external lighting on neighbouring properties or wildlife habitats or the wider area.
Used to assess how a proposed development will impact on the highway network, minimise the use of private motor vehicles and maximise the use of non-car modes of travel, including walking, cycling and public transport.
What is a Statement of Community Involvement?
What is a Sustainable Design and Construction Statement?
When is a BREEAM Pre-Assessment required?
When is a Retail Impact Assessment and Sequential Test required?