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The following Plans and Supporting Documents are required to meet National and Local requirements. They may be either Conditional or Mandatory. Review the Condition/Trigger to determine if that requirement applies to your application.
Requirements are marked with L=Local, N=National, C=Conditional, M=Mandatory.
Completed form (original plus 1 copy to be supplied unless the application is submitted electronically).
The appropriate fee.
Complete the certificate as required by Article 13 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015.
2 copies of a plan which identifies the land to which the application relates drawn to an identified standard metric scale (typically 1:1250 or 1:2500 for larger sites) and should show:
When using Ordnance Survey mapping for planning applications, the map should:
The block plan (2 copies) should be drawn at an identified standard metric scale (1:500). It should show the proposed development in relation to the site boundaries and other existing buildings on the site, with metric dimensions specified including those to the boundaries. It should also show the direction of north.
It should also include the following – unless they would NOT influence or be affected by the proposed development:
Applications may be accompanied by landscaping details and include proposals for long term maintenance and landscape management. There should be reference to landscaping and detailed landscaping proposals which follow from the design concept in the Design and Access Statement, if required.
Existing trees and other vegetation should, where practicable, be retained in new developments and protected during the construction of the development.
Visit Landscaping and rural guidance for further details.
For all full planning and outline applications and reserved matters where landscaping has not already been approved. Proposals to include details of proposals, long term maintenance and landscape management.
For householder development where existing trees, hedges and other landscape features will be affected by the proposals and landscaping needs to be considered as an integral part of the development.
Where there will be changes to the existing levels of the site, details of existing and proposed levels will be required to show the impact of the development on the landscape. Proposals affecting trees and the wider landscape should include reference to the following guidance: Landscaping and rural guidance
BDLP 2011-2029 Policy EM1. Landscape and Biodiversity and Trees SPD.
A planning statement identifies the context and need for a proposed development and includes an assessment of how the proposed development accords with relevant national, regional and local planning policies. It may also include details of consultations with the local planning authority and wider community/statutory consultees undertaken prior to submission. Alternatively, a separate statement on community involvement may also be appropriate.
In relation to Water Consumption a Construction Statement is required for:
a) New homes (including replacement dwellings) meet a water efficiency standard of 110 litres or less per person per day;
b) New non-residential development of 1000sqm gross floor area or more meet the BREEAM ‘excellent’ standards for water consumption.
BDLP 2011-2029 Policies EM8, EM9 and EM10.
Planning Statement - Proposals to sub divide dwellings or the change of use to a dwelling in multiple occupancy:
Planning Statement - Proposals outside of Basingstoke Town:
Planning Statement - Proposals for one or more dwellings:
The following Design, Supplementary Planning Guidance and Supplementary Planning Documents should be referred to in your Planning Statement:
Any Village Design Statement
Planning Practice Guidance - Design
Design and Sustainability SPD
Landscape, Biodiversity and Trees SPD
Planning Statement - Commercial development:
The following Design, Supplementary Planning Guidance and Supplementary Planning documents should be referred to in your Planning Statement:
Design and Sustainability SPD
Policies of the BDLP 2011-2029 and relevant Supplementary Planning Documents.
The fee payable is dependent on a number of factors.Click here for documents which explain how to calculate the fee for your application
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