Arun District Council supports on-line applications made using the portal.
Once you have completed your application, you may submit it electronically or print off your work and send it by post. You can also use the on-line applications service to produce a site location plan to accompany your application. On-line payments are accepted by the authority when submitting your application. Go to the online submission registration . We recommend that you consult our local instructions page for validation criteria before accessing the Portal.
If you experience any problems whilst using the Planning Portal please contact the Portal Helpdesk on 0117 372 8200
The National Planning Portal, forms part of the common vision for improving the planning process in England and Wales. The Planning Portal provides guidance and information about making planning applications, as well as resources for study and research.
Planning Portal Home Page - offers a wide range of services and guidance on the planning system.
Guide to the Planning process - offers a brief introduction to the Planning system and some explanation of what planning is for and why it is important to us all. This section of the Planning Portal is intended for both householders and business. It explains why planning controls are necessary and how decisions are made.
Application forms - you can create electronic applications and submit them on-line.
To use this service you will need to register with the Planning Portal and create a User Name and Password.
You can also use the Portal's on-line applications service to purchase a site location plan to accompany your application and ay your fee by credit or debit card.
Appeals - offers guidance on how to appeal against a planning refusal, or if your application is not determined within a set period. The site is split into the following sections:
Research - the research section of the Portal is intended to help professional planners, lawyers, students, academics and others with an in-depth interest in town and country planning. It includes the Government's PPGs and other guidance.
Study - the study section is designed to help people to teach or learn about town and country planning. It is a useful resource for teachers and students of Planning and those considering or pursuing a career in town and country planning.