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Such applications must be made on a form provided by the local planning authority.
Paragraph: 017 Reference ID: 14-017-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Applicants are encouraged to apply electronically.
Once the time-limit for applications for approval of reserved matters has expired, however, no applications for such an approval may be submitted.
Local authority development proposals, like those of other persons applying for planning permission, must be determined in accordance with the development plan unless material considerations indicate otherwise.
Paragraph: 012 Reference ID: 14-012-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 The Crown must make applications for planning permission, listed building consent and hazardous substances consent in the same way as applications made by any other party.
Paragraph: 004 Reference ID: 14-004-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 An application for outline planning permission allows for a decision on the general principles of how a site can be developed.
Outline planning permission is granted subject to conditions requiring the subsequent approval of one or more ‘reserved matters’.
See further guidance on how local planning authorities should publicise such ‘cross boundary’ applications.
The planning fee is payable solely to the authority of wherever area contains the larger or largest part of the whole application site.
Paragraph: 005 Reference ID: 14-005-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Reserved matters are those aspects of a proposed development which an applicant can choose not to submit details of with an outline planning application, (ie they can be ‘reserved’ for later determination).
These are defined in article 2 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 as: Paragraph: 006 Reference ID: 14-006-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Under section 92 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, applications for approval of reserved matters must be made within a specified time-limit, normally 3 years from the date outline planning permission was granted.
The exception is an application for urgent Crown development made under section 293A of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. Paragraph: 013 Reference ID: 14-013-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Paragraph: 014 Reference ID: 14-014-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) administers the provisions of the Electricity Act 1989 for developers seeking consents from the Secretary of State for the construction of overhead lines.
This applies to overhead lines with a nominal voltage of less than 132 kilovolts and lines with a nominal voltage of 132 kilovolts or greater that are under 2 kilometres in length.
The standard application form cannot currently be used for applications for mining operations or the use of land for mineral-working deposits, although there is a separate paper form for onshore oil and gas development.