Old Post Planning Guidance



Examples of typical material considerations and things that are typically not material considerations

Typical material considerations Typically NOT material planning considerations
  • Local Development Framework
  • Development Plan documents
  • Supplementary planning documents
  • The Statement of Community Involvement
  • The annual monitoring report
  • Government planning guidance
  • The Council’s corporate policies
  • Highway safety and traffic levels
  • Noise, disturbance and smells resulting from the proposed development
  • Design, appearance and layout
  • Conservation of buildings, trees and open land
  • Flood risk
  • Impact on the appearance of the area
  • Effect on the level of daylight and privacy of existing property
  • Need to safeguard the countryside or protected species of plant or animal
  • Planning case law and previous decisions
  • The need for the development
  • The planning history of the site
  • Private property rights such as covenants
  • The developer's identity, morals, motives or past record
  • Effect on the value of your property
  • The fact that development has already started
  • Loss of a private view
  • Inconvenience or other problems caused by building works
  • Private neighbour disputes

These details are from the Cornwall County Council website

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