Supplementary planning information
Affordable housing statements.
How to assess the archaeological value of a site. How to show the impact that proposed development will have on archaeology and how to demonstrate appropriate measures to protect archaeology.
Ownerships certificates you might need to present to validate your planning application.
Explain how works on a development (including demolition) will be undertaken during the construction or demolition phase to prevent harm resulting from a scheme.
Explain the design principles and concepts that have been applied to a development and demonstrate how specific issues which might affect access to the development have been addressed.
Identify projects which should be subject to an Environmental Impact Assessment. Assessing, consulting and coming to a decision on managing projects which are likely to have significant environmental effects.
Assess the impact of any proposed external lighting on neighbouring properties or the wider area.
How to present landscaping plans where extensive hard or soft landscaping is needed
Heads of terms for Section 106 legal agreements.
Demonstrate how landscaping schemes will contribute positively to the streetscape and local character of an area.
Assess the potential impacts of a development on visual amenity and landscape character.
Assess whether sufficient marketing of an existing site or building or business has been undertaken before submitting a planning application.
Show that a private water supply is feasible, adequate and does not compromise other private water supplies.
Show what consultation has been done with the community before sending a planning application.
How to ensure a good standard of surface water drainage for a development and minimise the risk of flooding.
Assess if a proposal meets the legal requirements for installating of telecommunications equipment.
Assessment the impact of a retail, leisure or office development on the vitality and viability of a town centre.
Assess the impact of development upon the highway network and minimise the use of private motor vehicles.
Tree surveys, tree constraints and protection plans and arboricultural method statements.
A ventilation, exhaust or extraction report makes sure that no nuisance, disturbance or loss of amenity is caused by odour, fumes, food droplets or noise to nearby properties.