Newton on Ouse Parish Council Planning Statement
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Newton-on-Ouse PC Planning Statement

The Parish Council is informed by Hambleton District Council (HDC) of all planning applications submitted for areas within the village boundaries and also those nearby which may have a major impact upon life in the village.

All applications are considered by the Parish Council at their meetings. The Parish Council’s considerations are then passed to HDC Planning Department alongside responses from all other consultees e.g. NYCC Highways, Environment Agency etc. Planning decisions are made by Hambleton District Council and the Parish Council have no powers to allow or block an application – only to comment on them.

Comments or observations on Planning Applications should be sent direct to the Planning Officer named on the relevant application and if possible, copied to the Parish Council for information.

Those whose planning applications are refused have the right to appeal to the Planning Inspectorate; full details are available from HDC.

To see details of an application, visit HDC’s Planning search page, type the Application reference number in the box and click Search.  Alternatively type a keyword, postcode or single line of an address in the box.

For information and guidance about other planning related matters visit HDC’s Planning website.

What powers does Newton-on-Ouse Parish Council have with respect to planning applications?

Newton-on-Ouse Parish Council is consulted by the relevant Planning Authority (which is usually Hambleton District Council) on all planning applications in the local area. Any views expressed by the Parish Council will be taken into account by the Planning Authority before a decision is made, providing the points made are relevant to the determination of a planning application.

The final decision is made by the Planning Authority, not the Parish Council.

Newton-on-Ouse Parish Council will only comment on what are known as “material considerations” –  other issues, such as boundary disputes between neighbours or loss of views, will not be considered.

Do parish councils grant planning permission?

Town and parish councils are not Planning Authorities. Town and parish councils are only statutory consultees in the planning process.

How do parish councils comment on planning applications?

Valid reasons for comment on a Planning Application

Comments that are clear, concise and accurate stand more chance of being accepted than those that are not. When planning applications are considered, the following matters can all be relevant. These are sometimes referred to as ‘material planning considerations’:

Irrelevant reasons for objection

There are certain matters which do not amount to ‘material planning considerations’ under current legislation and guidance. These matters cannot be taken into account in considering a planning application and should not be included in objections as they weaken your case:

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