When a planning application is made we will consult with you in a variety of ways.
- You may be sent a notification letter
- You may have seen a site notice
- You may have read about the application in the local press or through statutory press notices (published in the Coventry Telegraph) .
- You may have seen the application on our web site or through our weekly lists of applications received.
Before giving your views, you should take time to look at the application documents online (planning applications search) as this will help you to make a decision.
If you need to speak with the case officer, possibly about progress on the application, then they can be contacted by e-mail (details are available via the online planning record).
Planning Aid Direct offers a wide variety of guidance notes which are free to read and download.
If you have any other questions you can e-mail Planning Aid England at email@example.com. Advice is only available free of charge to community groups and individuals that cannot afford to pay for help.
Building controlAddress: PO Box 15
PlanningAddress: PO Box 15