In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.
A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.
You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.
Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 10 April 2020.
A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.
Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.
Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:
Planning and Building Control Directorate
Department of Environment Food and Agriculture
+44 1624 685950
Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.
Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and enable assessment of parties for interested person status, persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.
Guidance on how to comment on planning applications is available online.
Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.
The Department of Environment Food and Agriculture, with the Cabinet Office, has launched a consultation to seek views on proposed changes to secondary legislation to enable certain types of development to take place without the need for a specific planning application (sometimes called ‘Permitted Development’). The details of this can be found at the Consultation Hub . The closing date for comments is the 30 March 2020
Public Meetings of the Planning Committee
The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10am 30 March 2020, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man.
Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website.
Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.
Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.
Public Speaking at Planning Committee
Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.
The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on +44 1624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website.
Orders and Regulations
Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) Order 2019
Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
The Town and Country Planning (Miscellaneous Amendment) Regulations 2019
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