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Our Planning Team are always happy to answer any questions you have about planning if you unable find the information on our website.

what to do next...

  • See the external links section below for links to useful websites that relate to the planning process along with a brief explanation of who they are and what they do
  • See the Planning Sections page for details of sections in the Council which deal with different parts of the planning process
  • See the Planning Contacts page for useful contacts of professional organisations offering help and advice on planning issues
  • See the Planning FAQs page for answers to the most commonly asked questions asked about the planning process
  • Contact Planning Administration for further information and advice

related pages

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planning FAQs

planning sections

do I need planning permission?

planning advice

how we keep you informed about development proposals

external links

broads authority
Set up in 1989 to conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the Broads. Parts of the Broads Authority are within the South Norfolk district, and this can affect the kinds of development you are allowed to do.

communities & local government (CLG) - planning
The CLG (formerly the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister or ODPM) website contains detailed information on planning regulations and law, as well as an excellent guide for householders.

english heritage - conservation
Conservation, listed & historic buildings, including Images of England - A photographic record of Britain's 370,000 listed buildings.

planning aid
Planning Aid provides free, independent and professional town planning advice and support to communities and individuals who cannot afford to pay planning consultant fees. It complements the work of local planning authorities, but is wholly independent of them.

planning inspectorate
The Government Agency who deal with all planning appeals (where an applicant is unhappy with a decision on their planning application). See our Planning appeals page for more information.

planning portal
A vast online resource for all things planning. If you want to apply online for planning permission you can do so via the Planning Portal and your application will be sent directly to us - but make sure you read our step-by-step guidance first.

norfolk county council

breckland district council

great yarmouth borough council

north norfolk district council

norwich city council

south norfolk council

contact us

Planning Administration
Broadland District Council
Thorpe Lodge
1 Yarmouth Road
Thorpe St Andrew
Norwich NR7 0DU
tel: 01603 430509
fax: 01603 430591
email: planning.administration@broadland.gov.uk