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Applications

Most planning applications are now submitted online. You can apply to every local authority1 in Wales through the Welsh Government's online service, Planning Applications Wales2.

From May 2018, the Welsh Government has provided planning guidance to support their application service. You can access this guidance by visiting their website3.

Start a planning application using Planning Applications Wales
  1. https://gov.wales/find-your-local-planning-authority
  2. https://1app.planningapplications.gov.wales/app
  3. https://gov.wales/planning-permission
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    Buy a plan

    Most planning applications require a location plan and a site plan you can purchase these through one of the Planning Portal's accredited suppliers.

        Buy a plan

        How much does it cost?

        Most applications require a fee. The application process will give you the cost if one is required. You can also calculate the fee yourself by using the Planning Portal's online fee calculator. If you are unsure about the appropriate fee for your application, you are strongly advised to contact your local planning authority in advance of submitting your application, as an incorrect fee will delay the processing of your application.

        What it costs

            Who can apply?

            Anyone can make a planning application. Download our guidance notes which take you through each step of the application process.

            Who can apply

                Which consent do I need?

                We assist you in selecting the correct forms based on your proposed development. Please Note: Some types of application cannot be made online, these are listed on our 'consent types' page.

                    Consent types

                    What information do I need?

                    Most planning applications require a location plan and a site plan (also known as a block plan). You can buy these documents from one of the Planning Portal’s accredited suppliers. Your local planning authority may request further supporting documents which can also be uploaded to the online application system.

                    What to submit

                        Appeals

                        Find out how to search and comment on an appeal online, via the Planning Inspectorate.

                          How to apply

                          Explore

                          The decision making process

                          Explore

                          Further information

                          Community Infrastructure Levy for Wales Consent types Paper forms

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                              The Planning Portal is delivered by PortalPlanQuest Limited which is a joint venture between TerraQuest Solutions Limited and the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities. All content © 2021 Planning Portal.