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  • Range of ideas for former RAF camp at Jurby

    A broad range of ideas has been suggested for the potential redevelopment of the former Royal Air Force camp at Jurby.

    The Department of Infrastructure says it is encouraged by the level of interest shown in the 24.96-acre site.

    Submissions are currently being assessed by the Public Estates and Housing Division and a report will be presented to the Department’s political members for further consideration.

    The development opportunity was advertised during the summer and the Department said it was keen to hear a variety of proposals, from large-scale schemes to smaller construction projects and self-build plots.

    Developers and members of the public responded with wide-ranging suggestions including the creation of new homes, business premises, sports, leisure and recreational facilities, craft and artisan workshops and new premises for start-up businesses.

    There was a high-level of engagement among local residents, with submissions arising from two community meetings held in late July.

    Julie Edge MHK, Department Member with responsibility for the Public Estates and Housing Division, said:

    ‘The Department wanted to test the water to see if there was any interest in developing the Jurby camp. We also asked residents and businesses for their views about possible future uses for the site. The response has been excellent and we will take this feedback into account as we consider our next steps.’

    She added:

    ‘We believe this site offers great scope for the local community and Island businesses. The amount of land available will potentially allow a scheme to be progressed that comprises many different elements. While any proposals would require planning approval, the development of the RAF camp could support the economy, provide jobs and act a catalyst for the further regeneration of the north of the Island.’



  • Planning Application Weekly Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 8th December 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, FOOD AND AGRICULTURE

    TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1999

    TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (REGISTERED BUILDINGS) REGULATIONS 2013

    NOTICE OF PROPOSAL TO REGISTER A BUILDING

    The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture gives notice that, as it appears to the Department that the following buildings are of special architectural or historic interest, it proposes to enter the buildings in the Protected Buildings Register:

    Newson's Trading Co. Ltd, 
    27-28 North Quay,
    Douglas,
    Isle Of Man,
    IM1 4LE

    2 Athol Street
    Douglas,
    Isle Of Man,
    IM1 1JA 

    The effect of registration is to restrict the demolition, alteration or extension of the buildings without the consent of the Department, as approved by Part 3 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1999.

    Any person may, not later than 2nd December 2017, make representations to the Department with respect to the proposals. 

    Any representations should be addressed to the Secretary to the Planning Committee, Planning and Building Control Division, Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2SF.

    Dated 10 November 2017

    By Order of the Department

    1st Floor, Murray House,
    Mount Havelock,
    Douglas,
    IM1 2SF.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013

    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

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    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im

     



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 1 December 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Public Meetings of the Planning Committee

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10am 27 November 2017, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man.

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website.

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.

    Public Sspeaking at Planning Committee

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on +44 1624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Application Weekly Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list to a pdf copy of the list

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 24 November 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013

    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Application Weekly Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing onlineincluding a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 17 November 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10.00am 13th November 2017, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man.

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website 

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.

    PUBLIC SPEAKING at Planning Committee

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on 01624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013

    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Public asked to help shape planning system

    The public is being asked to help shape the planning system.

    A wide-ranging consultation seeks views on how planning can respond to the Island’s needs while safeguarding its unique environment.

    The consultation honours a pledge in the Programme for Government to create a ‘planning system that supports sustainable growth’.

    It follows reviews of the planning system which have highlighted inadequacies.

    Fifty-five questions are posed, with ideas being explored including:

    • Whether Government should be able to change planning policy more readily to progress its policies

    • Whether more development can take place without the need for planning approval

    • Whether some  projects should be subject to a levy to support local infrastructure

    • Whether powers of compulsory purchase should be used more in acquiring sites for development.

    Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK said:

    ‘To ensure our continued economic growth and inward investment, we require a high quality and sustainable environment that meets the needs of residents and businesses.

    ‘This means a planning system that is easy for people to engage and dynamic enough to react to need but not a system that permits development at any cost.’

    Chris Thomas MHK, Minister for Policy and Reform, said:

    ‘The consultation covers how planning policy is created, how the public engages with planning, how applications are made and decided on, the location and quality of development and the conservation and creative re-use of our heritage.

    ‘We hope those who have used the planning system and/or have an interest in the future shape of the Island will take part in the consultation.’

    Geoffrey Boot MHK, Minister for Environment, Food and Agriculture – which is responsible for development management – said:

    ‘The consultation proposes an evolution of planning in line with Programme for Government. We want to encourage enterprise and opportunity.’

    The consultation is at https://consult.gov.im/ and can be completed online.

    Inquiries about the consultation can be directed to reviewofplanning@gov.im

    Paper copies can be obtained from Murray House at Mount Havelock, Douglas, or the Isle of Man Government Welcome Centre at the Sea Terminal and responses should be sent to:

    Review of Planning

    Cabinet Office

    Third Floor

    Government Office

    Bucks Road

    Douglas

    IM1 3PN

    The deadline for responses is Friday 15th December 2017.



  • Planning Application Weekly Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 10 November 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013

    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Application Weekly Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing onlineincluding a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 3 November 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10.00am 30th October 2017, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man.

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website.

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.

    PUBLIC SPEAKING at Planning Committee

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on 01624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013

    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Application Weekly Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 27 October 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013

    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 20 October 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Public Meeting of the Planning Committee

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10am 16 October, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man.

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website.

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.

    Public Speaking at Planning Committee

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on +44 1624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 13 October 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    PLEASE NOTE: Applications made by the Department of the Environment Food and Agriculture or in which the Department is deemed to have a vested interest (below) are treated differently.

    Planning Application 17/00386/B (MICHAEL) referred to previously in the list is an application by the Department of Environment Food and Agriculture (DEFA) or are in which the Department is deemed to have a vested interest. As such the application will not be determined by DEFA, but will, following a period of 21 DAYS be referred to the Council of Ministers. Persons may view the application at or submit written representations or submissions to DEFA, Murray House. Please ensure that such comment is submitted by 13 October 2017. Any representations or submissions received will be conveyed by DEFA to the Office of the Chief Secretary, The Cabinet Office, Government Office, Douglas who will thereafter manage the administration of the application on behalf of the Council of Ministers.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Application Weekly Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 6th October 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10am 2 October 2017, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man.

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website 

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.

    PUBLIC SPEAKING at Planning Committee

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on 01624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013

    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



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