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Local Information Requirements
In accordance with the NPPF and NPPG this applies to all applications proposing:
With all planning applications that are likely to cause the loss of 20 hectares or more of best and most versatile (BMV) agricultural land.
The proposed development affects an archaeologically sensitive area (including a Scheduled Ancient Monument or non-designated sites of archaeological interest).
All developments in or adjacent to :
Coal Mining Risk Assessment to be submitted to support the following types of planning applications within the defined Development High Risk Area and do not fall on the published exemption list:
If you’re applying for a major development, you’ll need to submit a Community Involvement Statement.
When development is proposed that would result in the loss of, or have an unacceptable adverse effect on, an existing community facility.
When a Crime Impact Statement should be provided.
Where there is a potential adverse impact upon the current levels of sunlight/daylight enjoyed by adjoining properties or building(s).
This applies to all applications proposing either new employment development or loss of existing employment use that is not in accordance with planning policy.
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is needed for certain types of development.
This is required for any development involving the construction of an agricultural building.
All development in Flood Zones 2 and 3.
This will be required where the site is not allocated for development in the Craven Local Plan or where the site is allocated for a different type of development than that proposed in the Local Plan.
When new or replacement non mains drainage is proposed.
Required for all applications where:
A Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment will be required, depending on the nature and type of the proposed development.
A Lighting Assessment will be required for applications that propose development which includes artificial external lighting that:
Required where the proposal:
Noise Assessments will be required to be provided with planning applications proposing:
Required for all applications where new dwellings and/or floorspace is proposed or where a loss of existing car parking is involved.
Planning Statement setting out comments in support of proposals can be submitted with any planning application. However, a statement will be required for:
Where a public right of way is present either within the site boundary or 5m from the site boundary.
Where an application is made for a dwelling in a rural location and justified by its association with an agricultural/forestry or other rural business need.
A structural survey is required with:
All planning applications with the exception of proposals that are themselves solely for the installation of energy efficiency measures or renewables.
This applies to all applications proposing 10 or more residential units or 1000 sq. gross floor space or more.
All applications proposing telecommunications development, including applications for prior approval under part 16 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development Order) 2015
Assessments are required for:
In determining whether a Transport Assessment or Statement will be needed for a proposed development the local planning authority will take into account the following considerations:
For developments with anticipated limited transport impacts.
An arboricultural report must be submitted where there are trees within a proposed application site, or on land adjacent to an application site
Viability assessment will be required with all planning applications proposing housing where under policy H2 affordable housing or
All applications for commercial premises that prepare cooked food within such as hot food takeaways, restaurants, pubs serving food, etc.