How long does planning permission take Vale of Glamorgan?

A planning application fee of £79.50 would be payable for such a section 192 application which would normally take up to 8 weeks to determine.

Who controls Vale of Glamorgan Council?

Portfolio Portfolio Holder
Executive Leader and Cabinet Member for Performance & Resources Cllr Neil Moore
Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Education and Regeneration Cllr Lis Burnett
Housing and Building Services Cllr Margaret Wilkinson
Legal, Regulatory and Planning Services Cllr Edward Williams

Does Glamorgan need planning permission Vale?

You will need to apply for planning permission if you live in a Conservation Area, a National Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or the Broads and you want to build an extension to the roof of your house or any kind of addition which would materially alter the shape of the roof.

Who is head of housing in Vale of Glamorgan?

Mike Ingram –
Mike Ingram – Head of Housing & Building Services – Vale of Glamorgan Council | LinkedIn.

How do you object to a planning application in a conservation area?

Which objections can be taken into account in a planning…

  1. Loss of light or overshadowing (this isn’t just a high wall – it means loss of light to the extent that you don’t get enough natural daylight to see by).
  2. Overlooking/loss of privacy.
  3. Visual amenity (but not loss of private view)

Do you need planning permission to knock down front wall?

You will not need to apply for planning permission to take down a fence, wall,or gate, or to alter, maintain or improve an existing fence, wall or gate (no matter how high) so long as there is no increase in its height.

What party runs the Vale of Glamorgan Council?

Vale of Glamorgan Council

Vale of Glamorgan Council Cyngor Bro Morgannwg
Mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan Cllr Christine Cave since 24 May 2019, Conservative
Leader of the Council Cllr Neil Moore, OBE, Labour since 24 May 2019
Deputy Leader Cllr Lis Burnett, Labour since 24 May 2019

What is the 45 degree rule?

The 45-degree rule is a common guideline used by local planning authorities to determine the impact from a housing development proposal on sunlight and daylight to the neighbouring properties. If you’re thinking of a home extension or a change to your home, and need some advice, get in touch!

What are valid planning objections?

Objections that are generally valid include: The proposed development is contrary to national, regional or local planning policy, government circulars, orders or statutory instruments. The proposed development is not in keeping with the stylistic context or scale of the local area.

What grounds can you object to planning permission?

What is a valid objection to a planning application

  • Loss of light or overshadowing.
  • Overlooking/loss of privacy.
  • Visual amenity (but not loss of private view)
  • Adequacy of parking/loading/turning.
  • Highway safety.
  • Traffic generation.
  • Noise and disturbance resulting from use.
  • Hazardous materials.