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Applications for Permission in Principle

From 1 June 2018 it has been possible to apply for Permission in Principle.

The Permission in Principle consent route is an alternative way of obtaining planning permission for housing-led development which separates the consideration of matters of principle for proposed development from the techincal detail of the development.  The permission in principle consent route has two stages: the first stage (or permission in principle stage) establishes whether a site is suitable in prinicple and the second (technical details consent) stage is when the detailed development proposals are assessed.

There is a right of appeal where a local planning authority refuses permission in principle upon receipt of a valid application.  The procedures in place are set out in Article 5V of the Town and Country Planning (Permission in Principle) Order 2017 (as amended).

Below is a list of application numbers for Permission in Principle applications submitted to Ribble Valley Borough Council.  The application details can be viewed using our planning application search facility, or by clicking on the links below.

3/2018/0582 Land to the south of Chatburn Old Road, Chatburn.  Residential development of up to nine units.  Site notice dated 12 July 2018

3/2018/0875 Lovely Cottage, 4 The Green, Osbaldeston Lane, Osbaldeston BB2 7LY.  One self-build detached dwelling to the south of the site area and a community garden to the north of the site.  Site notice dated 3 October 2018

3/2018/0943 Land to the south of Chatburn Old Road, Chatburn.  Residential deveopment of up to nine units (resubmission of 3/2018/0582).  Site notice dated 26 October 2018

Any person wishing to make representations should do so in writing, within 14 days from the date of the site notice to the Director of Development, Council Offices, Church Walk, Clitheroe, BB7 2RA quoting the application number.

Under the provisions of the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985, any representations received will be available for inspection by members of the public once the application has appeared on the Planning and Development Committee agenda.  When determining the application it may not always be possible to take account of late representations received after the 14 day period.

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