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  • Area Plan for the East update

    The Cabinet Office is currently preparing a draft Area Plan for the eastern part of our Island.  This is the local implementation of the policies and vision set out in the Isle of Man Strategic Plan 2016.

    There are three weeks left until the public consultation closes into 35 additional sites under consideration as part of a development plan for the East of the Island.

    The sites were identified following a ‘Preliminary Publicity’ process that took place last year, which asked for public feedback on 187 proposed sites in Braddan, Douglas, Laxey, Lonan, Marown, Onchan and Santon,

    During the process, a number of additional sites were suggested, details of which are now available for public review.

    The additional documents include:

    • An ‘All-Sites’ Map – updated to show 35 additional sites
    • Additional site details submitted by each proposer
    • Draft site assessment reports and a summary table listing all of the additional sites 

    The public can make any submissions regarding these additional sites, perhaps about service availability, access or general comments about things like the history.

    Responses to the latest consultation will be combined with detailed public input already received in response to the earlier consultation and both will help shape the development of the draft Area Plan for the East.

    This will be published by the 25 May 2018. Following that, there will be a period of public consultation and a formal inquiry at where submissions can be heard in person. Once approved by Tynwald, the new Area Plan would replace existing development plans in the East.

    Policy and Reform Minister Chris Thomas MHK said:

    ‘This latest consultation follows a successful Call for Sites and Preliminary Publicity last year, and I urge people to feedback on the latest proposals. The Area Plan for the East will be at the heart of strategic planning in the east, and there are many issues to consider around housing, land for employment, and the capacity and location of infrastructure and public services.’

    He continued:

    ‘We are continuing to draft the ordinance part of the draft Area Plan.  Once this extra consultation is complete we will consider all of the additional 35 additional sites in more detail.  Some may be suitable and become proposal sites in the draft plan, others may have such challenges that they are not suitable and that will be explained as part of the Department’s formal response to all of the comments received.”

    The consultation is available and will close on 9 March 2018. Paper copies are available to view at Cabinet Office reception, 3rd Floor, Government Office, Bucks Road, Douglas.

    Any comments or queries can be made to:

    Dean Balkin
    Planning Policy
    +44 1624 685750
    planningpolicy@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 9th March 2018.

    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

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  • £25m hotel and cinema complex planned for North Quay

    Quayside North

    A £25 million 80-bed hotel and seven-screen cinema complex will be built on the former Lord Street bus station site in Douglas, subject to planning approval. 

    The development, known as Quayside North, will also feature three restaurants, 19 residential apartments and a six-storey car park holding more than 300 spaces. 

    Construction is scheduled to begin early in 2019 and will take two years to complete. 

    The announcement of the proposed development has been welcomed by Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK, who has referred to the town centre project as a major step forward in the continued regeneration of Douglas. 

    He said:

    ‘Quayside North will be a great asset to Douglas town centre, offering diversity in terms of entertainment and accommodation as well as creating up to 100 jobs. 

    ‘This is an exciting project which has been in the pipeline for some time and is a significant scheme in our Central Douglas Masterplan. 

    ‘There is still work to be done to finalise exact details but, with the promenade regeneration also set to get under way in September, I am pleased today to ask people to look forward to an exciting future in the life of the Island’s capital.’ 

    In addition to the hotel and cinema, the complex will also serve transport needs. Modern bus shelters will be installed along Lord Street to provide a transport hub similar to the one serving Liverpool One shopping centre. A tourist information centre is incorporated into the design along with facilities for the public. 

    Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer MHK said:

    ‘I am delighted that this key development site is now coming to fruition and that the proposed investment shows confidence in the Isle of Man. 

    ‘Planning approval is yet to be sought for the Quayside North project – it’s therefore premature to offer any great detail at this stage.’ 

    An environmental impact assessment is to be undertaken as part of the planning application over the coming months with planning support and submission handled by planning consultants Peter Brett Associates on behalf of developers Kane Limited. 

    Conor Bradley, from Kane Ltd, said:

    ‘My team has been working hard during the past 18 months to bring together an exciting mixed-use scheme that is both viable and deliverable in the current climate. 

    ‘We are excited by the strong brand names that have been attracted to the scheme and look forward to exchanging agreements to lease with both Omniplex cinemas and Travelodge, subject to board approval. The proposed Travelodge hotel will include 20 bedrooms that will adopt their new super rooms concept, which includes additional comforts designed with business travellers in mind. 

    ‘The images currently in circulation illustrate the building as a concept only – the design detail will be developed through consultation with the planning office.’ 

    A statement from Omniplex said:

    ‘The Quayside North project is an exciting venture for Omniplex Cinemas and we look forward to providing a world-class cinema experience to Manx audiences in the not too distant future. We will, of course, be showing the newest blockbuster releases and introducing the latest cinema technology to the Island, including our OmniplexMAXX giant screen format with Dolby Atmos sound and laser projection, while also providing luxury seating to include fully electric reclining seats.’ 

    Douglas Borough Council Leader David Christian said:

    ‘The Borough Council is very pleased that the scheme is going ahead and hope that it will lead to further development in the Lower Douglas area.’ 

    The project fulfils a policy within the Programme for Government to consider the social and economic benefits alongside financial considerations when disposing of Government property.



  • 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– 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 2 March 2018.

    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 26 February 2018, 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 23 February 2018.

    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(s) 18/00072/CON (ONCHAN) 18/00071/GB (ONCHAN) referred to previously in the list is an (are) application(s) 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(se) application(s) will not be determined by DEFA, but will, following a period of 21 DAYS be referred to the Council of Ministers. Persons may view these applications at or submit written representations or submissions to DEFA, Murray House. Please ensure that such comment is submitted by 23 February 2018. 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(s) 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 16 February 2018.

    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 12 February 2018, 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 9 February 2018.

    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 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 2 February 2018.

    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

    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 29 January 2018, 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 submitted for Douglas Promenade

    The Department of Infrastructure has submitted its planning application for the redevelopment of Douglas Promenade.

    Subject to approval being granted, work will start in September to rejuvenate the area widely regarded as the ‘gateway to the Isle of Man.'

    The planning application features a new design for the southern section of the Promenade to improve traffic flow, junctions and footpaths. The northern end will be developed on a simple, like-for-like basis.

    Planning application submitted for Douglas Promenade

    The scheme, which gained overwhelming support from Tynwald Members in 2017, also includes the creation of a cultural area around the Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre. This is in line with the Douglas Masterplan and will connect the Promenade with the town centre regeneration.

    Work is required to address the Promenade’s crumbling infrastructure and will involve the full-depth excavation and reconstruction of the failing highway and drainage, as well as the installation of new water and gas mains and ducting.

    The horse tram tracks will be re-laid to reflect the design principle agreed by Tynwald, with twin tracks retained in the centre of the road from the terminal at Strathallan to a point just north of the Broadway junction. They will then cross to the seaward side of the highway and switch to a single track terminating alongside the Bottleneck car park.

    The Promenade proposals were recently on public display in the Sea Terminal building and were well received when the Department hosted a presentation for members of the business and hospitality sectors, third sector organisations and others directly impacted by the redevelopment.

    Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer MHK said:

    ‘The submission of the planning application is a further significant milestone towards our vision for the future of Douglas Promenade. I believe the Department’s proposal offers a solution that will benefit the people and the economy of the Isle of Man for generations to come.’

    He added:

    ‘The Promenade is one of the Island’s busiest and most important strategic routes, but also the worst in terms of its overall condition. Our scheme will not only reconstruct the highway, but also give the whole area a massive lift and reinforce the Isle of Man’s position as a special place to live and work.’

    If planning approval is provided for the scheme, a contractor will be appointed and a detailed construction programme drawn up.



  • 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 26 January 2018.

    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 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 19 January 2018.

    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 15 January 2018, 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 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 12 January 2018.

    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



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