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Planning committees

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The council has one committee and two sub-committees in relation to planning matters in the East Riding.

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Planning Committee

Information about the role of the committee, which councillors sit it, who chairs the committee, when are the meetings, are they open to the public, can public speak at the committees, what decisions are made and how and when can you view the agenda and minutes.

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Western Area Planning Sub-Committee

Information about the role of the committee, which councillors sit it, who chairs the committee, when are the meetings, are they open to the public, can public speak at the committees, what decisions are made, how and when can you view the agenda and minutes and which areas does it cover. 

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Paper chain of men and women

Eastern Area Planning Sub-Committee

Information about the role of the committee, which councillors sit it, who chairs the committee, when are the meetings, are they open to the public, can public speak at the committees, what decisions are made, how and when can you view the agenda and minutes and which areas does it cover. 

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Speaking at a planning committee meeting

Information about who can speak on a planning application, register to speak on an application, time limits for speaking, bringing people with you, bringing letters and photographs, can someone speak on your behalf, can a ward or parish councillor speak on your application and how is the list of speakers decided. 

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Maps and plans

Planning applications

Information about how to find a planning application, finding out more information, how will you know when an application goes to committee, what to do if your application is refused and details about site visits.

Planning Application

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