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View Planning Applications and Decisions

View and comment on a planning application 

Full documentation associated with planning applications from 2010 onwards should be available to view on our website.

Our online public access for planning system allows you to:·

  • Search and view details about planning, tree works and building control applications
  • Comment on planning and tree work applications
  • View a weekly list of all the planning and tree work applications from a specific period.
  • Save searches, track applications and receive email alerts – you will need to register for this service.

New applications, once validated are normally available online within 10 working days of receipt of application.  However these times can fluctuate due to staff resources and periods of receiving high volumes of applications. 

Terms and conditions 

Copyright Notice – Plans, drawings and material submitted to the Council are protected by the Copyright Acts (section 47, 1988 Act). You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans. Further copies must not be made without the prior permission of the copyright owner (i.e.  the applicants or their agents).  Rutland County Council makes every effort to maintain the accuracy of the information on this website but cannot accept responsibility for and disclaims all responsibility for any loss or damage which may arise from the use of the information provided. By accessing our planning and building control public access system you are agreeing to these conditions.      

Public Access for Planning  User guide  

Public Access  quick guide

Search for Planning Applications

Historical applications

We would advise you to use both the property search and map search to find historical applications. Not all historical applications have been spatially captured on our mapping system. Please refer to the detailed information below.

As part of our commitment to improve our service we will continue to add further historical applications to our public access system.

Date application submitted  Applications  Map Search Application Documents 

2010 to date

Details available on our planning public access system

Information is available on our map search.

All planning documents in line with statutory requirements to retain planning records’

2006-2009

Details available on our planning public access system

Information is available on our map search

Decision Notice only is available

2001-2006

Details available on our planning public access system

Information is available on our map search

Information is incomplete.  Further decision notices being added.

1990 - 2001

Details available on our planning public access system

Information is incomplete. Further records are being added. 

Information is incomplete. Further Decision Notices are being added.

Pre 1990

Information is incomplete. Further records are being added. 

Information is incomplete. Further records are being added.

Information is incomplete. Further Decision Notices are being added.

If you require documentation that is not currently available on our public access system please email planning@rutland.gov.uk quoting the reference number e.g. YYYY/0001/FUL, the property address and the document type. 

Please note in order for us to comply with GDPR regulations all documentation will need to be checked and any personal information redacted before we can publish the documents.  

Due to the processes involved to ensure that we are data compliant we are unable to facilitate any walk-in requests to the Council Offices for documentation that is not available on our website. 

Please therefore allow up to 20 working days. If you only require one specific document e.g. a drawing or a decision notice please let us know as this will speed up the process. 

Please note that public Computers are available to use at The Council Offices and at Oakham, Ketton, Ryhall and Uppingham libraries to view applications and documents (when available)

Commenting on a planning application

  • To comment on a specific planning application, please use the search for planning application, enter the planning application reference number, click search and click on the comment tab. Your comments will be displayed in the documents tab in due course however this may take a few days.
  • We would strongly recommend registering on our public access system to take full advantage of the enhanced features such as tracking an application.
  • All comments should be made within the consultation period. You can find out when this period expires by viewing the ‘Important Dates’ tab.
  • Multiple methods of publicity may be used to publicise an application. Check the ‘Neighbour consultation’, ‘Latest Advertisement’ and ‘Latest Site Notice’ expiry date for the end of the publicity period.

Make sure your comments are relevant

You may wish to look at a guide to what we can and cannot consider before submitting your comments.

Important Note – a planning application is a public document and you should therefore be aware that any comments you make will be made available to others and published on our website.

  • Personal contact details will be removed before publishing but your name and postal address will remain visible.
  • We will mask out any sensitive personal data such as medical information.
  • We will disregard (and not publish online) any objections and comments that are of a racist, personally abusive or otherwise defamatory nature.

In the event of an appeal, your representations will be forwarded to the Planning Inspectorate and the appellant. 

The Planning Inspectorate may publish appeal documentation, including copies of representations received, on the Planning Portal site.  

All information provided in your representation, including your name and address, will be published.  If you object to this, contact the Planning Inspectorate directly giving them the details of the appeal reference.   

Planning Appeals 

You can only appeal against a planning decision if you were the applicant.

Appeals are handled by the Planning Inspectorate and details of the appeal process and how to appeal are available from the planning portal website.  

 

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