extension of time limit (planning application forms and guidance)
This form should be used to make an application for a new planning permission to replace the existent planning permission, if you need to extend the time limit for implementation.
It should also be used where an existent listed building consent or conservation area consent is associated with the planning permission, and more time is needed for implementation for that consent also.
what to do next...
- Read the guidance notes attached below
- Download, fill in and return the following application form to the Planning Administration Team
- Contact the Planning Administration Team for further help and advice
- It is often helpful to discuss your proposal with your local authority before you submit your application
Planning permissions are granted subject to time limits for implementation, which are set out in a planning condition. This condition will specify that the development must be begun before a certain date. The condition will be present on the decision notice.
If an application made on this form is granted, the result will be a new planning permission/consent with a new time limit or limits. The original permission will continue to exist whatever the outcome of this application.
When will a time extension not be granted?
It is not possible to use this procedure where the development has already commenced, where the permission or consent has already expired at the time of application, or where the permission/consent was granted after 1 October 2010. In those cases, a new application would have to be made.
It is also not possible to use this procedure solely to extend the time limit for submission of reserved matters. Applicants would have to seek a replacement for the outline permission itself, which if successful would create new time limits for the submission of reserved matters and subsequent implementation.
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