You must include all the necessary information with your planning application. If you do not, your application cannot be validated. When an application is received, we give it a quick check and then prioritise the potentially valid applications.
Our local requirements list clarifies what information is required for applications of a particular type, scale or location. This list is in line with the Government’s national requirements. Our local list has recently been updated to include a new requirement under “general requirements for all plans”, which states that wherever possible, plans greater than A3 in size should not be submitted.
We also have specific guidance for applications for windows and checklists which will help you submit a valid application.
On 1 October 2016 the Mayor of London applied new carbon standards to new residential and non-residential developments that might be applicable to your application.
If you have not received an acknowledgement letter or an invalid letter within two weeks of submitting your application, please contact our Business Support Team on 020 8314 7400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that if your application is found to be invalid you will be given 21 days in which to make it valid. After that, it will be withdrawn.
We have reviewed our major developments planning permission checklist. Following this review, we are proposing to revise the requirement for viability assessments.
Under the proposal, you will need to submit a statutory declaration with your viability assessment confirming that the inputs, assessment and overall conclusion are a true and fair representation and are not altered in any way to influence the viability position.
The statutory declaration will be used to verify the information provided as part of the planning process. It should confirm that:
If you have comments about the above changes, email them to email@example.com by Sunday 14 April 2019.
When the consultation closes, we will review any comments received and make any necessary and appropriate changes to the above draft revisions to the checklist.
We will then publish the revised mandatory local information requirements on our website.
The government's Planning Practice Guidance website provides a list of the most common national information requirements to help you submit a valid application.
The following planning applications are examples of good quality planning application drawings. You will find site plans, block plans, plans, elevations, and sections among others: