FAQs & Useful Websites
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Norfolk Planning Authorities
- Breckland Council Planning and Building Control
- Broadland District Council Planning
- Broads Authority Planning
- Great Yarmouth Borough Council
- Kings Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council Planning
- Norfolk County Council Planning (You may have to refresh this page - F5 in Internet Explorer - so it displays correctly.)
- Norwich City Council Planning
- South Norfolk District Council Planning
- Norfolk Mapping - Where I Live - Norfolk County Council
- Norfolk e-map explorer - Historical Maps - Norfolk County Council
Other Planning related web pages
- The Architects Registration Board (ARB) is the body set up by Parliament as the independent UK regulator of architects. It maintains the Register of Architects listing every architect in the UK.
- Commonwealth Association of Planners (CAP) is concerned with the planning and management of settlements and regions across the Commonwealth. CAP is a forum for creative ideas and practical action to make healthy, attractive and competitive towns, cities and regions.
- Department for Communities and Local Government includes local government, housing, planning and building.
- Environment Agency is the leading public body for protecting and improving the environment in England and Wales.
- Natural England is the Government agency that champions the conservation of wildlife and geology throughout England.
- Flooding & Flood Risk - Environment Agency pages
- Forestry Commission of Great Britain is the government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain's forests and woodlands.
- Greener Homes - Guidance for householders; providing advice on planning and building regulation matters for green energy products and energy saving. (Planning Portal page)
- Land Registry
- Local Authority Building Control Services (LABC) aims to provide a readily accessible national structure, which maintains, promotes and enhances the goals and objectives of local authority building control.
- MAGIC - Interactive maps to bring together geographic information on key environment schemes and designations. A partnership project involving eight government organisations who have responsibilities for rural policy-making and services.
- MAPS purchasing online from Ordnance Survey. You can search by place name or postcode.
- National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) practice guidance.
- Norfolk County Council Environment, Transport and Development page.
- Planning Portal offers a wide range of services and guidance on the planning system, including Building Control regulations.
- Royal Town Planning Institute exists to advance the science and art of town planning for the benefit of the public.
Application or Appeal Enquiries: 01263 516150 / 516151 / 516143 / 516167
Enforcement Enquiries: 01263 516247 / 516228