Rushcliffe Borough Council has reviewed its local scheme of validation for planning applications, which sets out what’s needed to accompany planning applications when they’re submitted.
All Councils are required to produce a local list of requirements, to support the national requirements which are mandatory for all applications.
The local requirements list supporting information which the Council considers necessary to allow it to properly consider a proposal and reach a speedy decision.
The list will tell service users like agents, developers and applicants what’s required for each type of planning application, from a simple house extension to a major development of several hundred houses, or a major industrial or retail unit.
As part of the adoption process, the Council must carry out a period of consultation, which is now open until Wednesday 17th January 2024.
You can find out more at https://www.rushcliffe.gov.uk/about-us/about-the-council/policies-strategies-and-other-documents/accessible-documents/local-scheme-of-validation/ and have your say by emailing email@example.com.