General advice is available from our customer services team either at the Council Offices, Oxted between 8.30am and 5pm (4.30pm on Fridays). Alternatively they are available by telephone on 01883 722000. If they are unable to assist they will put you in touch with the duty planning officer, although he may not be immediately available.
Outside of office hours you can call our automated telephone service, which can answer many of your questions. Call 0300 100 0041.
You can also e-mail Planning applications with your query and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Can I view planning policy maps of the area? (FAQ)
|Do I need planning permission for a crossover or access? (FAQ)|
|Do I need planning permission to run a business from home? (FAQ)|
|How do I get planning permission? (FAQ)|
|How else can I get involved? (FAQ)|
|How long does it take before a decision is made? (FAQ)|
|How much does a planning application cost? (FAQ)|
|If my application goes to committee what happens? Can I speak in support of or against an application? (FAQ)|
|If permission is not given, what can I do? (FAQ)|
|If planning permission is given, what happens next? (FAQ)|
|What can I do if I have concerns about a planning application? (FAQ)|
|What do I need planning permission for? (FAQ)|
|What else should I consider? (FAQ)|
|What happens once I have sent in my application? (FAQ)|
|What happens to comments made on applications? (FAQ)|
|What if I disagree with the Council's decision? (FAQ)|
|What matters are considered in reaching a decision? (FAQ)|
|Where can I find out about householder permitted development rights? (FAQ)|
|Where can I see planning applications? (FAQ)|
|Who do you consult about applications? (FAQ)|