Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent Please complete this checklist and provide it with your application
. IMPORTANT NOTE: For more information and guidance on any of the requirements set out below please refer to the document entitled 'Milton Keynes Council: Guidance on National and Local Planning Requirements for Validation of Applications'. This is available on the Councils website. If you do not consider you should include a document where they are required please provide clear justification why this has not be including in your submission. Checklist for Applications for Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent
Application Forms Correct form is completed N1 Correct National Application Form Required in all cases All sections of the form are completed Must be signed and dated Certificates Correct Certificate A, B, C or D as required by Article 7 of the Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Order 1995. Only complete one. Must be Signed and dated. Must be completed whether or not the site includes an agricultural holding. Must be signed and dated. Fee
Required in all cases. Found at the rear of the application forms
Agricultural Holdings Certificate
Required in all cases. Found at the rear of the application forms
Correct fee supplied
Required in all cases A schedule of fees is available on the Councils apart from a website. resubmission for a similar scheme within a year of a decision or where permitted developments have been removed and have resulted in the need for an application. Plans Required in all cases At a scale of 1:1250. In rural areas where a site is isolated a scale of 1:2500 may be appropriate. Based on an up to date Ordnance Survey map The scale is clearly identified on the plan and a scale bar is shown. The direction north is clearly marked. Application site is outlined in red. This should include the whole application site including areas of parking in ownership of applicant. Other land in the local area owned by applicant should be outlined in blue. Where possible, at least 2 named roads and any surrounding buildings are shown. At a scale of 1:500 or 1:200 The scale is clearly identified on the plan and a scale bar is shown. The direction of north is clearly indentified The proposed development is clearly shown in relation to the site boundaries, existing buildings on the site and neighbouring properties.
Required in all cases where an extension or new buildings/ equipment is proposed.
The drawings may take the form of contours. parking and turning areas) At a scale of 1:50 or 1:100 The scale is clearly identified on the plan and a scale bar is shown. hips and valleys At a scale of 1:50 or 1:100 or 1:200 The scale is clearly identified on the plan Drawings should show existing and finished levels of the site in relation to the surrounding land and buildings. the drawings should clearly show the relationship between the buildings and detail the position of the openings (windows and doors) of each property. All public rights of way crossing and adjoining the site are shown.
. spot levels or cross or long sections as appropriate. At a scale of 1:50 or 1:100 The scale is clearly identified on the plan and a scale bar is shown. the drawings should clearly show the relationship between the buildings and detail the position of the openings (windows and doors) of each property. finished floor levels and site levels
Required in cases where a proposal involves a change in ground levels or is located on a sloping site. Shows all existing elevation of the building that would be affected by the proposed development including blank elevations Shows all proposed elevation of the building that would be affected by the proposed development including blank elevations Clearly shows the position of all windows and other openings Where a proposal adjoins or is within close proximity to another building or property. Shows existing roof plan(s) including ridges. Shows proposed floor plans of all affected levels of the building. It is advisable to include these details in all applications to avoid an application being made invalid. hips and valleys Shows proposed roof plan(s) including ridges. Clearly show the position of all openings (windows and doors) Where a proposal adjoins or is within close proximity to another building or property. The species.
Existing and Proposed Roof Plans
Required in cases where there is an unusual or complicated roof structure.N7
Existing and Proposed Floor Plans
Required whenever there is an alteration to the floor plan of the building and for all change of use applications
Existing and proposed access arrangements are shown and roads and footpaths on land adjoining the site are identified. position and spread of all trees within 12 metres of any proposed building works indicating whether they are to be removed or retained.
Existing and Proposed Elevations and Sections (as appropriate)
Required wherever there are external alteration to the building.
Existing and proposed site sections. Shows existing floor plans of all affected levels of the building. The location and extent of any existing or proposed hard standing is shown (e. At a scale of 1:50 or 1:100 The scale is clearly identified on the plan and a scale bar is shown.g.
Required where proposals would use non-mains foul sewage drainage or where a problem has been identified by the provider. Introduction of a noise sensitive use into a noisy area (e.g.g. All Major applications require a landscaping principles plan to be submitted.
Air Quality Assessment
Biodiversity Survey and Reports
Detailed Drawings Elevations 1:10 Vertical Sections 1:2
Design and Access Statements
Environmental Impact Assessment
Only likely to be required for major developments on sensitive sites. loss of large and/or prominent areas of landscape. Required for proposals including wind turbines. Required for applications which include the loss of school playing fields or public open spaces (e.g.g.g. Required where development is proposed as defined under Schedule 1 and 2 of the Town and Country (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 1999 Required for all applications in Flood Zone 2 and Flood Zone 3 and for development in Flood Zone 1 over 1 Hectare.g. Required where previous uses on the site could have given rise to contamination (e. schools.g. a car park).g. Required where there is evidence of a protected species or a strong likelihood of a protected species being present e. grid road). Required in cases where you are applying for permission to replace windows and/or doors in a listed building or where you are proposing to replace shopfronts in a conservation area. Also required where the application involves the removal/addition of mouldings/fireplaces etc. All applications to create 5 or more dwellings or buildings incorporating 1000sqm or larger must include a biodiversity report which details proposed enhancements to the site to compensate for the proposed development. parks)
Flood Risk Assessment Foul Sewage Assessments Heritage Statement
Land Contamination Assessment
Noise Impact Assessment
Open Space Assessment
. Required where development proposes new landscaped areas particularly where significant changes to the landscaping are proposed e. land with or close to ponds.Other Supporting Documents L1 Affordable Housing Statement Required for all residential development with 15 or more units proposed or where the application forms an exception to policy to meet a proven need (the Statement should contain the proof) i. Also required for applications where there are likely to be high levels of noise resulting from a development (e.e. houses near a busy/high speed road – motorway. It is strongly advised to read the guidance before preparing this. Required for all applications. manufacturing/fabrication) and there are existing noise sensitive premises close by (e. Only likely to be required in a small number of instances where proposals generate high levels of air pollution. Required where flood lighting is proposed (e. Required for all applications for listed building consent or conservation area consent. This may include applications for waste disposal and manufacturing processes (B2 Use).g. old buildings to be demolished or converted (barns particularly). floodlit games areas) or significant external lighting to a public area (e. houses.g. residential dwellings. petrol filling stations) and the proposed development is a contamination sensitive use e. former industrial processes. offices). a rural exception site.
g. Please note these will be publicly visible on the internet.gov. This statement is also required where air conditioning units are proposed.miltonkeynes. These are only likely to be required in circumstances for major developments which are likely to give rise to considerable public interest. Note: This can be included on the block/site plan.e. please provide a written justification with your application. Also required for all change of use applications. Required for all Planning Applications for Mast and Antenna development by a mobile phone operator. Also required for conversion of barns (particularly in the open countryside) or where works are justified due to structural integrity of the building/structure.
Planning Obligations / S106 – Draft Heads of Terms Planning Statement
Although these are not required in any circumstances it is advisable to include them with applications that contain a complex scheme. restaurants. These are required for applications of 6 or more dwellings and major applications. Required for any scheme where the use is likely to generate fumes and/or require extraction equipment to ensure that odours are filtered and the plant does not make too much noise e.L15
Photographs and Photomontages
Although these not required in any circumstances it is advisable to include them with applications. planning history or constraints.
Statement of Community Involvement Parking Provision
Required in all cases which affect existing parking arrangements (i. hot food takeaways. http://www. If they are not provided with the original submission they will be requested immediately following the validation assessment. Required for all major applications and applications for 6 or more dwellings.
Telecommunications Development – Supplementary Information Town Centre Uses
Required for town centre uses location outside of allocated centres as defined by defined by PPS6.
Transport Assessments and Travel Plans
Tree Survey/Arboricultural Statement Ventilation/Exaction Statements
. loss or addition of parking) (see relevant section of application form). A decision will not be issued in these circumstances without the submission of this document. These are of particular use for applications which could have impact on long distant views. Required for developments as outlined in Milton Keynes Councils’ Sustainable Transport Supplementary Planning Document 2009.uk/planningpolicy/documents/Transport%5FSPD%2Epdf . If you wish for any of these details to be dealt with by planning condition. Required where there are trees or hedges on the application site or on land immediately adjacent to the application site that could be impacted by the proposal and are proposed to be retained. Not required for telecommunications notifications. Required for developments which include the total or substantial demolition of a listed building.