Is pre-application advice worth it?

Is pre-application advice worth it?

It is worth seeking pre-application advice, though, for larger schemes, for complicated proposals where you really need a steer from a case officer or where the application is sensitive and you would like a discussion with the case officer before it is made public through the formal application process.

How long does pre-application advice take?

The timescale for pre-application advice is usually between two to six weeks. The actual planning application process is a minimum of eight weeks after this, so the additional delay could be frustrating if you’re keen to get moving.

Is pre-application advice binding?

Is pre-application advice binding? Pre-application advice provided by the local planning authority cannot pre-empt the democratic decision making process or a particular outcome, in the event that a formal planning application is made.

What is a pre-application Enquiry?

Pre-application advice is provided by planning officers employed by the council, which outlines how we are likely to determine any subsequent planning application, and any changes that are likely to be needed, if any, to give your scheme the best chance of being granted a planning permission.

What should be included in a pre-application?

Pre-application advice is encouraged as it can:

  • Verify the list of local requirements each planning authority can require, read more about local and national requirements.
  • Reduce the likelihood of submitting invalid applications.
  • Help you understand how planning policies and other requirements affect your proposals.

What does a pre-application mean?

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What does pre-application mean?

Pre-application means the application submitted to determine eligibility for inclusion on the project priority list. Sample 1. Pre-application means the first step in a two-step application process.

What is required for pre planning?

The following minimum information must be submitted for all pre-planning enquiries: Name, address and contact phone number(s) Address/townland of site. Site location map minimum 1:2500 scale.

What’s another word for pre planning?

What is another word for preplanning?

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devising planning
orchestrating choreographing
coordinating working out
stage-managing concerting

What is pre-planning?

Preplanning is deciding how to get something done before starting on it. An example of preplanning is making a list of how you’re going to accomplish getting everything done in a day.

What is a pre-planning meeting?

Pre-planning meetings give applicants an opportunity to seek advice on their proposed development. If you or your architect want to speak to a planner before making a planning application you can request a pre-planning consultation. It is not always necessary to hold a pre-planning meeting.

Is pre-application planning advice confidential?

Freedom of Information Since March 2016 we automatically publish any advice we have provided once the related application is submitted. At that point there is normally no reason under any legislation to insist the advice is confidential.