Submit a planning application
- Planning, conservation and building control
How your information will be used
Barnet Council will collect and use the information you give us to undertake our functions as a local authority and deliver services to you. It is our responsibility to ensure that your information is kept safe. Where necessary and legally allowed, we will share your information with trusted external organisations, commissioned partners and contracted service providers in order to deliver services and support to you.
The information we collect may be used to better understand your use of our services and assist us in improving our services. This is to ensure we are using public funds in the best possible way. Under our duty to protect public money we may use the information you have provided for the prevention and detection of crime.
For further details of how we use your information and to understand your rights please visit www.barnet.gov.uk/privacy or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a full copy of our privacy notice.
The quickest and easiest way for you to submit a planning application is online via either the Planning Portal or iApply service (free submission).
- There you’ll find step-by-step advice for each type of application and form.
- You can save your work on the site and come back to it if you don’t have all of your information to hand.
- Once you’ve completed your application online, it’s sent to us the same day.
Apply by post
If you’d prefer to apply on paper, you’ll need to choose and download the relevant application forms and post to: RE Ltd Planning Services, Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London N20 0EJ
To submit your application(s) you’ll need to know:
- Which approvals you require and the relevant forms.
- What documents and plans are needed to support your application(s). The National and local requirements will help ensure that you provide all the necessary information in support of your application.
- What the relevant planning application fees are; they’ll depend on the type of application and the scale of the changes.
- you’ll be required to submit a location plan and are likely to require a site plan (also known as a block plan), in support of your application and these can be purchased through the Planning Portal
- the most common reason for applications being made invalid is that the accompanying documents and plans are insufficient to fully explain what is proposed
- when you make a planning application, you must complete a form to assess whether your proposal is liable for the community infrastructure levy, sometimes know as CIL
- If you are submitting a supporting financial viability assessment with your application, please be advised that from 1st January 2019 such documents will be made public. Please see the guidance note below (download documents)
- RE Ltd Planning Services
- Barnet House, 1255 High Road, Whetstone, London N20 0EJ
- Tel: 020 8359 3000
- Email: email@example.com