Fees information for all types of development proposals can be viewed via the following link to the Planning Portal Planning application fee calculator (This link will open in a new window).
Fees are set nationally by the government and the Council has no discretion to waive or change them.
Householder applications cost £172. An application for a new dwelling costs £385 as do most changes of use.
There are concessions for parish or village councils and those improving their home due to a disability.
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