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Planning Committee

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See below for agendas and minutes (previous agendas and minutes available on request to the Clerk)

Meeting Dates for 2023:

7th February - Agenda / Minutes

10th January - Agenda / Draft Minutes

Meeting Dates for 2022:

6th December - Agenda / Minutes

8th November - Agenda / Minutes

11th October - Agenda / Minutes

6th September - Agenda / Minutes

9th August - Agenda / Minutes

21st June - Agenda / Minutes

31st May - Agenda / Minutes

 

21st March - AgendaMinutes

28th February - Agenda / Minutes

14th February - Agenda / Minutes

Meeting Dates for 2021:

15th November - Agenda / Minutes

12th July - Agenda / Minutes

8th June - Agenda / Minutes

Meeting dates for 2020:

 

15th December - Agenda / Minutes

27th October - Agenda / Minutes

29th September - Agenda / Minutes

25th August - Agenda / Minutes

24th February - Agenda / Minutes

27th January - Agenda / Minutes

Meeting dates for 2019:

18th November - Agenda / Minutes

28th October - Agenda / Minutes

9th September - Agenda / Minutes

15th July - Agenda / Minutes

17th June  - Agenda / Minutes

16th May - Agenda / Minutes

4th March - Agenda / Minutes

28th January - Agenda / Minutes

Town Councils have the right to make comments on planning applications affecting their area.

The planning authority (normally South Norfolk Council, although occasionally it can be the County Council) allows a Town Council 21 days to respond to a planning application.  The application will be considered by the Town Council at either the next council meeting or by the Planning Committee and will feature on an agenda as an item to be discussed. 

Members of the public are welcome to attend meetings and may speak during the public participation item on the agenda to give their views on a planning application.  They are also encouraged to provide their own comments on South Norfolk's planning pages (see link below).

If there is not a meeting within the 21 days, the Town Council is usually able to extend the time-limit.  Whilst the overall decision is the planning authority’s, the Town Council’s local knowledge, combined with an understanding of the planning process, and the Neighbourhood Plan means that its views are more likely to be heard by the planning authority, so long as the Town Council provides valid planning ‘material considerations’.

On the planning committee are Councillors Andrew Lansdell, Judith Baker, Bob Mackenzie, Christina Kenna, David Willis, Diane Woodham, Susan Smith, Stephen Buss and Helen Dickerson.

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