Planning Application Fees
Planning application fees changes take effect on 22 November 2012. The Planning Portal application fees schedule will be updated on 22 November 2012. Alternatively use the Planning Portal Fees calculator.
Details of the increased fees are contained in the Draft Statutory Instrument.
Community Infrastructure Levy
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a charge on new development to help pay for community infrastructure.
In Barnet, developments granted planning permission from 1st April 2012 may be liable for a charge under CIL. To establish whether or not a development is liable for a CIL charge, new planning applications involving additional floorspace must now be submitted with a new CIL ‘additional information’ form. For more information read the CIL page and NLRC.
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL): determining whether a development may be CIL liable
You can submit and pay for your planning application online using the Planning Portal.
The Planning Portal have also produced guidance to help with submitting an application online.
Apply via Post
Completing the forms accurately, submitting clear plans and providing detailed information helps everyone because:
- it helps applicants to explain their intentions
- it helps Planning understand what is involved and assess it fully
- it helps people whose views are sought about a proposal to give proper advice in the shortest possible time
- it can avoid neighbours misunderstanding what is proposed and raising queries or objections.
Make sure you have checked the national and local requirements before submitting your application.