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Planning

You can find details here about the weekly lists of planning applications and delegated decisions.Planning Matters

Community Councils role in planning
Community Councils will be consulted on the submission of Planning applications for proposed developments that are categorised as being of national or major scale or of significance to the community. Community Councillors may also be invited to attend events held by applicants to inform members of the community about the development proposed prior to submission of a planning application. In dealing with interested parties in relation to planning applications, Community Councillors must pay particular regard to the principles set out in this Code.
Once a planning application is submitted it will be recorded on the weekly list of applications and the e-planning website compiled by the planning authority and made available to Community Councils. If the Community Council wishes to be consulted on an application not directly referred to it by the planning team, it must timeously contact the planning officer concerned.
To support Community Councillors in this role, the Council will make efforts to brief Community Councillors on new planning legislation when it is enacted. Community Councillors should make themselves available to attend such training sessions where reasonably possible.
If you have an interest, whether financial, non-financial, or personal, in the outcome of a decision on a planning application to be considered at a Community Council meeting, you must declare that interest and refrain from taking part in making the decision.
When making a planning application for your own property or acting on behalf of an applicant, you must not take any further part in the decision making process following submission of the planning application.
(Highland Scheme for the Establishment of Community Councils
Appendix 5)
As part of your role in planning applications, you are obliged to recognise planning legislation and recognise that The Highland Council is bound to act under the terms of this legislation.
Liquor Licensing
This is similar to Planning and the Community Council will be notified of all new premises and major variation applications
If you have an interest, whether financial, non-financial, or personal, in the outcome of a decision on a licensing application to be considered at a Community Council meeting, you must declare that interest and refrain from taking part in making the decision.
When making a licensing application for your own property or acting on behalf of an applicant, you must not take any further part in the decision making process following submission of the application.
As part of your role in licensing applications, you are obliged to recognise the relevant legislation and recognise that the Highland Licensing Board is bound to act under the terms of this legislation.

The Area Planning and Building Standards office is at:

Planning & Development Service
The Highland Council
Glenurquhart Road
Inverness
IV3 5NX

Tel: (01463) 702 250
Fax: (01463) 702 298
Email: planning@highland.gov.uk

Sea Sports Compound application Withdrawn

Sea Sports Compound revision of details

 

 




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