You can apply for planning permission on the Planning Portal website.
To find the planning fee you need to pay, use the Planning Portal fee calculator or download their Guide to Fees for Planning Applications in England.
The Planning Portal also has information and guidance on how to submit your planning application.
Documents needed to support your application
All planning applications require supporting documents.
The table sets out which documents you'll need to submit, along with guidance and examples to help you submit acceptable documents. If you need this information in a more accessible format, email email@example.com.
If you apply without submitting the correct documents, this will cause a delay in your receiving you planning decision notice.
|Document||Householder||Protected Tree or Tree in Conservation Area||Listed Building||Certificate of Lawful Development||Full Application||Prior Approval for a proposed larger home extension||Discharge of Conditions|
|Elevations (existing and proposed)||Yes||No||Yes||Specific to application||Yes||Yes||No|
|Floor Plans (existing and proposed)||Yes||No||Yes||Specific to application||Yes||Yes||No|
|Sectional drawings (windows and doors)||No||No||Yes||No||No||No||Specific to application|
|Design and Access Statement||Only if increase in floor area over 100 metres squared in a Conservation Area||No||
Yes (relevant to the complexity of the works)
Heritage Impact Assessment
|No||Building(s) if the floorspace is 100 metres squared or more, one or more dwellings in a conservation area and major applications||No||Supporting documents required specific to condition|