Planning Performance Agreement Protocol

PPAs are a tool for project managing large or complex development projects. They are a voluntary agreement that both the applicant and our planning department agree to.

We use them to:

  • encourage joint and flexible working
  • outline key dates in the planning process
  • set a target decision date
  • involve other parties including statutory consultees and key partners

The benefits of a PPA include:

  • identifying key issues early on
  • better management of advice and post application stages
  • more realistic and reliable timetables
  • collaborative working between stakeholders
  • better communication, accountability and transparency

A PPA does not give a guarantee that we will grant an application planning permission. Their aim is to supply a more efficient way of working.

Planning Performance Agreements register

The following planning applications have a PPA.

To view an agreement or documents select the relevant planning link and then select view documents:

AL/102/17/RES Nyton Nursery, Nyton Road, Westergate, Aldingbourne

A/40/18/OUT Land North of Water Lane Angmering

A/99/17/OUT Land South of Water Lane Angmering

BE/122/10/ Site 6, Bersted

BE/102/17/OUT Salt Box Field Land off Rowan Way, Bersted

BE/113/17/RES Land West of New Barn Lane, Bersted

BE/148/20/OUT Nursery Fields, Land to the North of Chalcraft Lane, Bersted

BE/72/09/ Bognor Regis Eco Quarter

BR/156/16/PL Hothamton site, Bognor Regis

BR/240/16/PL Butlins, Bognor Regis

BR/292/20/PL Butlins, Upper Bognor Road, Bognor Regis

AL/87/21/PL Oldlands Farm, Newlands Road, Bognor Regis

LU/355/10/ Courtwick Lane, Littlehampton

P/25/17/OUT Church Barton, Pagham

WA/44/17/OUT Land West of Tye Lane, Walberton

Y/92/17/OUT Land East of Drove Lane Yapton

Contact us about PPAs


Phone 01903 737839