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Planning Applications Decisions - Major and Minor Developments , England, District by Development Type: a data cube spreadsheet

Planning applications decided by district level planning authority and type of development

Decisions for values of Reference period
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Reference area Year ending 2013-09-30 Year ending 2013-12-31 Year ending 2014-03-31 Year ending 2014-06-30 Year ending 2014-09-30 Year ending 2014-12-31 Year ending 2015-03-31 Year ending 2015-06-30 Year ending 2015-09-30 Year ending 2015-12-31 Year ending 2016-03-31 Year ending 2016-06-30 Year ending 2016-09-30 Year ending 2016-12-31 Year ending 2017-03-31 Year ending 2017-06-30 Year ending 2017-09-30 Year ending 2017-12-31 Year ending 2018-03-31 Year ending 2018-06-30 Year ending 2018-09-30 Year ending 2018-12-31 Year ending 2019-03-31 Year ending 2019-06-30 Year ending 2019-09-30 Year ending 2019-12-31 Year ending 2020-03-31 Year ending 2020-06-30 Year ending 2020-09-30 Year ending 2020-12-31 Year ending 2021-03-31 Year ending 2021-06-30 Year ending 2021-09-30 Year ending 2021-12-31 Year ending 2022-03-31
Upper Tier Authorities
Bath and North East Somerset 353 343 340 350 383 376 386 368 344 326 311 312 317 323 298 284 248 236 265 273 280 270 239 239 257 269 295 272 239 243 258 265 278 257 227
Bedford 213 213 215 220 227 230 216 201 193 162 178 177 169 195 176 197 199 185 194 184 168 160 155 138 135 135 129 121 117 115 119 119 133 128 121
Blackburn with Darwen 147 147 137 139 142 127 122 133 171 190 216 214 215 215 220 222 223 229 194 180 135 109 112 113 119 122 122 109 99 93 107 126 136 149 143
Blackpool 125 118 124 137 131 134 126 105 123 128 125 135 128 125 132 134 126 137 143 134 133 123 115 100 89 83 82 92 93 100 97 102 113 105 100
Bournemouth 413 397 411 391 381 375 366 373 368 388 385 370 365 331 331 342 359 390 398 419 398 373 367 259 165 83
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 119 245 389 476 426 397 356 362 376 396 426 447
Bracknell Forest 67 69 56 67 105 119 148 157 139 150 138 126 121 103 107 108 107 114 127 149 161 160 154 137 120 114 109 94 79 71 66 69 83 87 81
Brighton and Hove 548 591 571 538 561 511 521 541 520 560 585 591 608 500 397 341 307 389 435 459 420 397 403 429 490 511 545 509 464 458 444 467 494 495 463
Bristol, City of 372 383 418 436 475 476 447 428 375 360 371 366 392 404 391 389 370 337 338 350 340 350 337 317 332 351 337 331 290 259 282 270 297 292 282
Buckinghamshire 150 300 420 544 537 509 535 591
Dimensions
Dimension
Value
Dclg Planning Decisions Major And Minor Developmets By Development Type
  1. Dwellings
  2. General industry storage warehousing
  3. Gypsy and traveller pitches
  4. Offices research and development / light industry
  5. Other Major and Minor Developments
  6. Retail distribution servicing
Reference Period
  1. Year ending 2013-09-30
  2. Year ending 2013-12-31
  3. Year ending 2014-03-31
  4. Year ending 2014-06-30
  5. Year ending 2014-09-30
  6. Year ending 2014-12-31
  7. Year ending 2015-03-31
  8. Year ending 2015-06-30
  9. Year ending 2015-09-30
  10. Year ending 2015-12-31
  11. Year ending 2016-03-31
  12. Year ending 2016-06-30
  13. Year ending 2016-09-30
  14. Year ending 2016-12-31
  15. Year ending 2017-03-31
  16. Year ending 2017-06-30
  17. Year ending 2017-09-30
  18. Year ending 2017-12-31
  19. Year ending 2018-03-31
  20. Year ending 2018-06-30
  21. Year ending 2018-09-30
  22. Year ending 2018-12-31
  23. Year ending 2019-03-31
  24. Year ending 2019-06-30
  25. Year ending 2019-09-30
  26. Year ending 2019-12-31
  27. Year ending 2020-03-31
  28. Year ending 2020-06-30
  29. Year ending 2020-09-30
  30. Year ending 2020-12-31
  31. Year ending 2021-03-31
  32. Year ending 2021-06-30
  33. Year ending 2021-09-30
  34. Year ending 2021-12-31
  35. Year ending 2022-03-31
Reference area
(showing types of area available in these data)
  1. Upper Tier Authorities
  2. Lower Tier Authorities
  3. Unitary Authorities
  4. Non-metropolitan Districts
  5. Metropolitan Districts
  6. London Boroughs
  7. National Parks of England
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About the Dataset
License
Issued
19/12/2013
Modified
27/06/2022
Next update due
September 2019
Description

District level planning is undertaken by metropolitan and non-metropolitan districts, unitary authorities, national park authorities and urban development corporations. These authorities deal with all other planning applications that are not classified as county matters and mainly include applications for planning permissions on residential, offices, industrial, retail and householder developments.

Largescale Major Developments For dwellings, a largescale major development is one where the number of residential units to be constructed is 200 or more. Where the number of residential units to be constructed is not given in the application a site area of 4 hectares or more should be used as the definition of a largescale major development. For all other uses a largescale major development is one where the floor space to be built is 10,000 square metres or more, or where the site area is 2 hectares or more.

Smallscale Major Developments For dwellings, a smallscale major development is one where the number of residential units to be constructed is between 10 and 199 (inclusive). Where the number of dwellings to be constructed is not given in the application a site area of 0.5 hectare and less than 4 hectares should be used as the definition of a smallscale major development. For all other uses a smallscale major development is one where the floor space to be built is 1,000 square metres and up to 9,999 square metres or where the site area is 1 hectare and less than 2 hectares.

Minor Developments

For dwellings, minor development is one where the number of dwellings to be constructed is between 1 and 9 inclusive. Where the number of dwellings to be constructed is not given in the application, a site area of less than 0.5 hectares should be used as the definition of a minor development. For all other uses, a minor development is one where the floor space to be built is less than 1,000 square metres or where the site area is less than 1 hectare. Decisions are classified as relating to a Major/Minor Development on the basis of the development covered by the application which was decided.

Use categories

Decisions relating to largescale major, smallscale major or minor developments are classified by reference to the principal use within the development (i.e. the use on which other uses are considered to depend). Normally this is the one which accounts for the greater proportion of the new floorspace (although in certain cases the principal use will be one that does not account for any floorspace as such).

If there is any doubt as to the principal use in a multi-storey block the ground floor use is taken as the principal one. (This rule would apply where, for example, the amounts of floorspace taken up by two different uses were approximately equal). Proposed developments are classified on the basis of the principal use and not that of the complex of which they are part. Thus a development involving the construction of offices within the curtilage of a general industrial site would be classified as ‘Offices/Research and Development/Light Industry’. Similarly, a dance-floor extension to a restaurant would be classified as ‘All other minor developments’ and not to ‘Retail, distribution and servicing’.

Change of Use

Many developments involve some change of land use but a decision is only classified as ‘Change of Use’ if: (i) the application does not concern a major development; and (iia) no building or engineering work is involved; or (iib) the building or engineering work would be permitted development were it not for the fact that the development involved a change of use (such as the removal of internal dividing walls in a dwelling house to provide more spacious accommodation for office use).

Householder Developments

Householder developments are defined as those within the curtilage of a dwellinghouse which require an application for planning permission and are not a change of use. Included in householder developments are extensions, conservatories, loft conversions, dormer windows, alterations, garages, car ports or outbuildings, swimming pools, walls, fences, domestic vehicular accesses including footway crossovers, porches and satellite dishes. Excluded from householder developments are: applications relating to any work to one or more flats, applications to change the number of dwellings (flat conversions, building a separate house in the garden), changes of use to part or all of the property to non-residential (including business) uses, or anything outside the garden of the property (including stables if in a separate paddock).

Advertisements

Decisions on applications for consent to display advertisements under the Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 1992 (as amended). Listed building consents

Decisions by the district planning authority on: (i) applications for listed building consent to extend and/or alter under section 8 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990; and (ii) applications for listed building consent to demolish under section 8 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. Conservation Area Consents Decisions on applications for conservation area consent under section 74 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. Certificates of lawful development and certificates of appropriate alternative development These include all decisions relating to: (a) applications for certificates of lawful development; (b) applications for certificates of appropriate alternative development

Notifications These include all decisions relating to notifications under Circular 14/90 (electricity generating stations and overhead lines), applications by the British Coal Corporation under Class A, Part 21 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development Order) and other notifications.

Enforcement activity

Local planning authorities have discretionary powers to take formal enforcement action if, in their view, an unacceptable breach of planning control has occurred. Where it is necessary to stop a breach immediately, the authority may issue a Temporary Stop Notice. This will halt development for 28 days while the alleged breach is investigated and further enforcement action is considered, without the need for the authority to issue an associated enforcement notice. The authority may issue an Enforcement Notice requiring the alleged breach to be remedied. If an authority considers that any activity alleged in an Enforcement Notice should cease before the end of the specified compliance period, they may serve a Stop Notice prohibiting continuation of that activity. Where conditional planning permission has been granted for a development of land and there has been a failure to comply with one or more of the conditions, an authority may serve a Breach of Condition Notice on any person who is carrying out or has carried out development, or anyone having control of the land, requiring compliance with the conditions specified in the notice.

Regulation 3 and 4 consents

Under Regulation 3 of the Town and Country Planning General Regulations 1992, SI 1992/1492, a local planning authority makes an application to itself for permission to develop land within its area, and determines that application. Regulation 4 is concerned with planning permission for development of land in which the local planning authority has an interest but which it does not itself propose to carry out.

This data also can be found in Pilot dropdown table 3 within the Live tables on planning application statistics.

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Dimension Locked Value
Dclg Planning Decisions Major And Minor Developmets By Development Type
http://opendatacommunities.org/def/ontology/planning/decisions/major-and-minor-development-type/developmentType
Other Major and Minor Developments
http://opendatacommunities.org/def/concept/planning/decisions/major-and-minor-development-type/development-type/other
Reference Area
http://opendatacommunities.org/def/ontology/geography/refArea
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Reference Period
http://opendatacommunities.org/def/ontology/time/refPeriod
(not locked to a value)