Validation of Planning Applications
Eastbourne Borough Council have produced a local validation checklist to ensure that planning applications contain sufficient information to enable them to consult on the proposals and to proceed to determine the application, while offering a clear and detailed requirement from the outset, with the objective of providing an efficient and effective service.
National Validation Requirements
You can find out more information about what details you will need to submit as part of your valid application be following the external link to National Validation Requirements.
Eastbourne Borough Council Validation Requirements
You can find out more information about what details you will need to submit as part of your valid application by following the link below.
The Validation Checklist is part of a new Government initiative to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the planning system.
The Government is encouraging Local Planning Authorities (LPA), such as Eastbourne Borough Council to produce ‘Local Lists’ of information requirements that must be taken into account by applicants preparing and submitting planning applications to ensure the validity of their application.
The purpose of the validation checklist is to ensure that the application contains sufficient information to enable the LPA to consult on the proposals and to proceed to determine the application.
The ‘Local List’ will be used in association with national requirements to assess whether a planning application is valid; to ensure that all the necessary information, relating to the type of development has been submitted, thus enabling the LPA to make an informed decision.