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Application forms and notes

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Planning law means that we – and all other planning authorities in England and Wales – can only accept standard national planning application forms (called 1APP forms) from you.

To submit a planning application:

  • You can complete and submit an online form through the government's planning portal (recommended).
  • You can download and print out a form below. Please send your completed paper application to:

    Planning Service
    Peak District National Park Authority
    Aldern House
    Baslow Road
    Bakewell DE45 1AE

We cannot accept applications via email.

If you are not sure which form you need, please contact us on on 01629 816 200 or email customer.service@peakdistrict.gov.uk. It is important to make sure you are using the correct form.

For each application type, please see the checklist below to make sure you have submitted all the additional forms that may be necessary.

Main types of planning permission

1. Householder planning permission

2. Full planning permission (not for householders)

3. Outline planning permission (with some matters reserved)

4. Outline planning permission (with all matters reserved)

5. Listed building consent

6. Planning Permission for relevant demolition in a Conservation Area

7. Consent to display an advertisement

8. Prior notification of a proposed agricultural or forestry development (building)

(You can only use this form for certain types of development. If you are not sure, please contact us for advice.)

9. Prior notification of a proposed agricultural or forestry development (road)

(You can only use this form for certain types of development. If you are not sure, please contact us for advice.)

10. Prior notification of proposed demolition

11. Hedgerow removal

12. Works to trees that have a tree preservation order or works to trees in a conservation area

Combinations of application forms (in one single form)

13. Householder planning permission + listed building consent

14. Householder planning permission + conservation area consent

15. Full planning permission + consent for demolition in a conservation area
(not for householders)

16. Full planning permission + consent to display an advertisement
(not for householders)

Forms to change existing planning permission

17. Removal or amendment of a planning condition attached to planning permission

18. Approval of details reserved by condition (discharge of conditions)

19. Approval of reserved matters following outline approval

20. Application for non-material amendment of planning permission
(Please note that you cannot submit this form online through the portal.)

21. Extension of time limits for implementing existing planning permission
(Please note that you cannot submit this form online through the portal.)

Lawful Development Certificates

22. Lawful Development Certificate for existing use, operation or activity
(If you want to check that the existing use of a building is lawful for planning purposes or provide proof that your work does not require planning permission)

23. Lawful Development Certificate for a proposed use or development

Additional forms and Information

New legislation means fewer application types require a 'design and access statement'. In particular, a design and access statement is now no longer needed for householder applications outside conservation areas.

Application Fees

Design and access statement

Protected species

Archaeology

Local housing needs

Ordnance Survey request form

The Peak District National Park Authority is not an Ordnance Survey reseller and can't provide OS maps for the use with Planning Applications. However Ordnance Survey maps can be obtained through the Planning Portal webpages using the link below.

http://www.planningportal.co.uk/planning/applications/plans

Please note that the Peak District National Park Authority does not have any control over this web page or the content within it. Any issues should be raised directly with the Planning Portal.

Section 106 Agreements

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