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.
The public access website offers information on planning applications.
Public access (external East Riding website)
To discuss details relating to a planning application or to find out more information relating to a planning application please contact:
Planning and Development Control team
Telephone: (01482) 393792
Planning and Development Control East Riding of Yorkshire Council County Hall Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 9BA
All interested parties (applicants, objectors and supporter) will be notified of their right to speak and of how to find out if an application is being considered by a committee at the end of the statutory objection period.
The public access website offers information on the status of planning applications.
If your planning application is refused and you think that the proposal could be altered to make it more acceptable it can be re-submitted again with different plans.
The alternative is to appeal against the refusal by contacting the Planning Inspectorate.
The Planning Inspectorate website offers information on logging an appeal.
Planning Inspectorate (external website)
The Planning Inspectorate Registry/Scanning Room 3/05 Kite Wing Temple Quay House 2 The Square Temple Quay Bristol BS1 6PN
Telephone: (0117) 372 6372
No. The purpose of a site visit is to enable councillors to gather information relevant to the application. The site visit will be arranged with the applicant, as access onto the site may be required. Neighbours, third parties, parish councils etc will not be advised of the site visit.