The Parish Council is consulted by Hambleton District Council (HDC) on all planning applications submitted for areas within the village boundaries and also those nearby which may have a major impact upon life in the village.
All applications are considered by the Parish Council at their monthly meeting (usually the third Wednesday of each calendar month). The Parish Council’s recommendations are then passed to HDC Planning Department for consideration along side responses from all other consultees e.g. NYCC Highways, Environment Agency etc. Planning decisions are made by Hambleton District Council.
The Parish Council receives notification of any applications. All plans can be viewed online using the link at the bottom of the page.
Comments or observations on Planning Applications should be sent direct to the Planning Officer named on the relevant application and if possible, copied to the Parish Council for information.
Those whose planning applications are refused have the right to appeal to the Planning Inspectorate; full details are available from HDC.
To see details of an application, visit HDC's Planning search page, type the Application reference number in the box and click Search.
Alternatively type a keyword, postcode or single line of an address in the box.
For information and guidance about other planning related matters visit HDC's Planning website