Cur isteach ar Chead Pleanála
Tá cathú orainn, ach níl an t-ábhar seo ar fáil trí Ghaeilge faoi láthair.
Applying for Planning Permission
There are four types of planning permission:
Full Planning Permission
The most common type of application is made for permission, often referred to as full permission.
Outline Planning Permission
Outline permission is permission in principle only. It does not permit carrying out of work. Formal application for approval must be sought and granted before commencing work. An outline application cannot be made if an EIS (Environmental Impact Statement) is required.
Permission Consequent on the Grant of Outline Permission
This type of planning permission can only be applied for where an outline permission was previously granted. Note when applying for permission consequent on outline permission the application must be made within 3 years of the date of the grant of outline permission.
Where an application is for Retention of an unauthorised development then Retention must be stated in the public notice and the nature of the proposed use of the structure must be stated.
Where an application is for the Continuance of Use, the nature of such use and of the previous use must be stated. There are different definitions of continuance and we recommend that you contact the planning office to ensure you understand all the details and implications. In general for Retention the fee is three times the fee for Full Planning Permission. For more information on fees visit the article on planning fees.
Please contact the Planning Department with any queries (details below):
Tel: (058) 41111
Fax: (058) 41501