Search Planning Applications

You will need to read the following instructions before you use the search and comment facility below:

Please be aware that these pages update overnight so the application number you may be searching for may not be visible for up to 48 hours after it has been validated

If you have the application reference number, please type this in full, i.e. 3PL/2010/1014/F  (see blue arrow)(NB: If the application you wish to view is an Outline please ensure you use the letter O and not zero).  No other information should be entered.  Then click on "search". 

If you do not have the reference number, you can search by one of the other information fields. You are able to search by Parish; this is a drop down and will show you all available parishes/town names (see red arrow)  (Please be aware that some villages and hamlets fall under the Parish name, for example, Reymerston comes under Garvestone.)

It is recommended that you only use one of the information fields in your search

Once you have found the application using the search facility you are able to view documents submitted and provide comments

You can also search for an application by now accessing the Council's mapping system. This system can be accessed on the My Maps section ofMy Breckland Page

Below is an image of the Planning Search page to show you where you enter the reference number (blue arrow) or search by town or parish (red arrow), do not click on the blue search or reset button as they will not work. You will need to click on the green 'search for planning applications' button below to use the search facility

Planning Search

Search for Planning Applications

You can also search forHistoric Planning Applications (Pre 2010).  Not all applications will be listed and not all will have documents available.  Where documents are available these will be restricted to those required for the Statutory Planning Register. Please be advised this is an ongoing project and the task is considerable and will therefore take some time to complete.

You can alsosearch for planning appeals, or look at thePlanning Application Weekly Lists.



Last updated: 20/08/2019 14:34:31