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Planning Committee meetings

The Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013, requires that meetings of the Planning Committee are conducted in public. The meetings will usually be conducted on a Monday at 10am, unless otherwise stated. Dates of upcoming meetings are as follows:

  • 17 September
  • 1 October
  • 15 October
  • 29 October
  • 12 November
  • 26 November
  • 10 December

Meetings are usually held at:

Ground Floor Committee Room

Murray House

Mount Havelock

Douglas

Isle of Man

IM1 2SF

Please also note that the agenda is available at least two working days prior to the meeting. A copy will be made available online as soon as it's published, alongside the agendas and minutes for last six months (the minutes are published when signed off by members at the committee's subsequent sitting). All are downloadable from our Committee Agenda and Minutes page

For older historic copies of the agendas or minutes, please contact the Directorate on +44 1624 685950, or email: planning@gov.im.

Whilst levels of delegated authority will allow most applications to be determined by the Director, Head of Development Management or Senior Planning Officers, certain applications will be directed to the Planning Committee for consideration in its public forum. The types of applications that may be determined by the Planning Committee, are included in the Committee’s Standing Orders available to download to the right of this page.

Any comment regarding a planning application must have been made in writing, and in good time prior to the public meeting. This allows the Reporting Officer time to consider the content and include the detail in their assessment and the body of their report to the Committee. 

Registering to Speak at Planning Committee

The Department has introduced opportunity for interested persons to register to speak at meetings of the Planning Committee. The procedure for doing so is clarified in the leaflet available in the downloadable documents.

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