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Have your say on the budget

Gloucestershire County Council is asking residents to have their say on proposals to focus on
vulnerable children and adults, better roads and a new school in next year’s budget.

Take part in the consultation

Make a planning application

Anyone considering making an application for planning permission to dispose of waste or work with minerals is strongly advised to obtain advice from our Planning and Development officers before submitting an application by completing the Pre-application advice request form

 

What should my application include?

Firstly refer to the local validation list

Your application should include a plan of the site, details of proposed work and the fee. You must also submit a certificate to confirm that you own the land or have notified all the landowners. Anyone has the authority to make a planning application irrespective of who owns the land. If the applicant is not the owner they must inform the existing owner of their intentions of the proposal.

 

How to apply for waste related development

  • Apply for planning permission using the Planning Portal if your application relates to waste and county council developments (schools, fire stations and libraries).
  • If your application relates to any other development contact your district, borough or city council.
  • Apply to us for planning permission using the application form and one or more of the supplementary information forms as applicable along with an ownership certificate and agricultural land declaration. The guidance notes and local validation list should be consulted for further advice.

 

Apply to carry out mineral working and associated development

 

Additional mineral forms:

Enquiries

If you have any enquiries about making a planning application email: planningdc@gloucestershire.gov.uk

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