The Planning and Development Control Committee determines applications for planning permission, including consents for works to listed buildings and properties in conservation areas, and authorises enforcement notices. The committee meets monthly and is open to the public.
Agendas and minutes
You browse meetings and agendas for this committee on this website. Decisions can be found in the minutes of the meetings.
Questions about an application
If you have questions about a planning application, please contact the Planning Applications Team - Tel: 020 8753 1081
Speaking at the meeting
Only the applicant or their agent and people who have commented on the application as part of the planning consultation process in support or against will be permitted to speak at the meeting.
Registering to speak
You must be registered to speak before addressing the committee. To register please send – your name, address, phone number, the application you wish to speak on, whether you are speaking for or against, and whether you are the applicant or an agent – to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadlines for registering to speak are listed below.
Deadline to register to speak
13 Oct 2020
3 Nov 2020
8 Dec 2020
12 Jan 2021
2 Feb 2021
2 Mar 2021
20 Apr 2021
4pm on 8 Oct
4pm on 29 Oct
4pm on 3 Dec
4pm on 7 Jan
4pm on 28 Jan
4pm on 25 Feb
4pm on 15 Apr
For further information on speaking at planning please read the public speaking at Planning and Development Control Committee Protocol.
Watching remote meetings
If you would like to watch a remote Planning meeting without participating you can do so on the Council's YouTube channel. All of our remote meetings are streamed live and recorded so you can watch them later.
You can find links to the YouTube livestream for each meeting on the relevant meeting page or you can go to directly to the Council's YouTube channel. You can also search 'H&F Council' or 'LBHF Council' on YouTube to find us. The livestream will appear on the channel a few days before the meeting.
YouTube is available on a wide range of browsers and devices including phones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers, games consoles and smart TVs.
You can find information on how to watch YouTube on your TV, and other devices, on their help pages.
You can read a more detailed explanation of the committee’s terms of reference, responsibilities, and membership structure in the Council’s constitution.
Support officer: Charles Francis, Committee Cordinator.