The Council has a scheme which allows residents to speak at Planning and Regulatory Committee meetings.
The Planning and Regulatory Committee discusses and makes decisions on numerous planning applications made to the Council.
Please note that you can still write to us regarding any development proposals being considered by the Council without having to speak in front of the committee.
How to register to speak at a Planning and Regulatory Committee
If you would like to speak at one of the Planning and Regulatory Committee meetings you have two options. Either email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the public speaking leaflet, which can be found in the 'Documents' bar on this page.
Full details of the scheme are set out in the leaflet. This should also be used as a guide for what information to include in an email.
Agendas for meetings will be available five working days before the meeting. These can be viewed at the Borough Offices or electronically downloaded.
Scheduled Planning and Regulatory Committee Meetings - 2018
- 17 April
- 22 May
Planning applications going to committee will be listed below (this is usually determined seven working days prior to the committee date).
Planning and Regulatory Committee
Tuesday 17 April
89 High Street
Extension to ground floor retail unit, partial conversion and extension of existing first floor and construction of new second floor to create 8 no. residential units (Re-submission 07/16/1401/F)
Land adjacent to 182 Great Cambridge Road
Erection of 5 no. three bed terraced houses
An additional storey to the existing roof of Brunswick Court to provide an additional 10 no. flats
Variation to condition 3 of planning permission 07/16/0512/F to incorporate new drawings and re-wording of conditions 5, 6, 9, 15, 24, 29 30, 32 and 34
Land at Small Acre Nursery and Oak View Farm
Reserved matters pursuant to outline planning permission 07/17/0500/O for demolition of existing buildings and erection of 59 dwellings together with associated means of access, car parking and landscaping arrangements