Maps for Planning Applications

Promap provide a means of exporting planning applications which allows a really simple way to gather crucial planning information, displayed in context on a map.

The planning data allows you to gather all the related data and activity on or near the proposed site, both past and present, prior to you conducting your enquiries.

What you need to understand about Planning Applications

First Do you need planning permission?

The land registry provide a huge amount of information about the planning permission process, their website giving you all the info you need to decide if you really do need planning permission

How Planning Permission Decisions Are Reached

All Planning applications have to be decided in line with the relevant local planning authority’s (LPA) Development Plan – unless there is a very good reason not to do so.

Planning Permissions and Land Use Constraints

Promap Geo-data offers a great deal of environmental, planning and geological data which will assist you when considering going for planning permission in the first place (something that could save you a lot of time if the area has some serious constraints on it).

By assessing the data we can provide you, you are able to highlight potential issues and make planned, informed decisions about the best way to move forward. You should bear in mind that the UK's natural environment is unique and makes a major contribution to its national and regional character.

For some information on Planning Matters please see:-

Maps for Planning Applications
Planning applications and how they are processed
Planning Applications – Who Is involved
Planning Applications - When do you get a decision?
Planning Appeals and other casework