Public notices

Article 4 directions

An Article 4 direction removes some of the normal development rights that are available to property owners. We can issue these for various reasons to preserve elements of an area’s appearance or character. An Article 4 direction does not prevent development taking place, but it does mean planning permission is required for the development specified.

The affected permitted development rights are as follows:

Consultation Statements

Notice 

Directions

Authority

It is a statutory requirement of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 to give notice of the making of Article 4 Directions and to invite views to be made about them before any decision is taken whether to confirm them or not. Representations may be made concerning the Article 4 Direction between 16 November 2023 and 14 December 2023. If you wish to comment, please e-mail the planning team.

Any comments must be received by 5pm on Friday 14 December 2023. We will then consider the comments and decide if we should confirm the Direction.

We cannot accept anonymous responses.

The affected permitted development rights are as follows:

Consultation Statements

Notice 

Directions

Confirmed Directions

Authority

It is a statutory requirement of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 to give notice of the making of Article 4 Directions and to invite views to be made about them before any decision is taken whether to confirm them or not. Representations may be made concerning the Article 4 Direction between 16 November 2023 and 14 December 2023. If you wish to comment, please e-mail the planning team.

Any comments must be received by 5pm on Friday 14 December 2023. We will then consider the comments and decide if we should confirm the Direction.

We cannot accept anonymous responses.