Public Access - Website functions, limitations and use
The PublicAccess website allows you to:
- Search for planning applications by a variety of criteria such
as address, date received and application type
- View details of planning applications using key dates such as date received,
date valid or date decided
- Track the status and progress of planning applications
- View the plans, maps, drawings and environmental statements which accompany
a planning application including additional plans and revised plans
- View the details of consultation responses, third party comments or correspondence
with the applicant on a planning application
- View properties and applications on a map
of the PublicAccess website and its use
- PublicAccess is best viewed using Microsoft Internet Explorer
version 9 and upwards, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera.
- Details of planning applications from January 1999 are available online. Please
note: PublicAccess does contain the details of planning applications prior to January 1999 but these
records will only have basic details.
- Associated documents such as plans, maps, drawings and environmental statements
which accompany a planning application including additional plans and revised plans are available for
applications submitted after 28th June 2010
- You will be able to view the applications and associated documents at your
local planning office. Please note: The planning officer’s working file will contain more information
than that which is available online.
- The online planning application records contained within the PublicAccess
website have been migrated from our legacy IT system and are currently incomplete. Therefore online
planning application records must not be used as a substitute for submitting a Property Certificate.
DOE bears no responsibility for any errors or omissions in the online planning application records or
planning history information obtained from the PublicAccess website
- The information contained within Public Access does not constitute in any
way a formal notification of a Planning decision, and as such any actions taken as a result of information
displayed on the site are undertaken entirely at the viewer's own risk.
- DOE reserve the right to remove or not display certain planning application
information for reason of confidentiality or other reasons.