Any material submitted with your planning permit application, including plans and personal information, may be advertised, in accordance with the Planning & Environment Act 1987.
Applications are assessed for advertisement based on the perceived material detriment that may be caused by the proposed use and/or development. This means that if your proposal will affect neighbouring properties, we will advertise it to nearby residents. We will look at things like:
- The scale of development.
- The type of land use proposed.
- Hours of operation and types of activity.
- The sensitivity of surrounding land uses and the local context.
Advertisement can be undertaken through the following mediums:
- Signs on the subject site.
- Letters mailed to affected properties.
- Newspaper advertisement (local press).