Once permission has been granted for your works, it must be carried out according to the approved plans and the conditions attached to the permission. To discharge conditions attached to your permission you will need to make an application through the Planning Portal (external link).
If your plans change and you need to make any amendments you will need to re-submit your application through the Planning Portal (external link) for:
- Minor, non-material amendments
- Large, material amendments
- To vary or remove conditions attached to your permission
- To get building regulations consent for your works.
If your planning permission is refused, you may be able to make changes to your application which will allow your works to be granted.
If you would like to negotiate to find a more suitable option you will need to contact planning and building control.
- Stating your application reference number
- The name of your case officer.
We will look into the matter further and contact you to discuss options.
If you do not want to make any changes and you are unhappy with the decision, you have the right to appeal.
Appeal a decision
Householder application appeals must be made within 12 weeks.
Appeals for most other types of application appeals must be made within 6 months.
Only applicants or their agent can appeal a decision.