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A new Planning Portal has been launched for 10 of the 11 councils in Northern Ireland and the Department for Infrastructure (DfI). It allows users to:
- submit planning applications online
- view, track and comment on live planning applications
- report breaches of planning control (enforcement complaint)
- submit requests for regional property certificates
Mid Ulster District Council has its own standalone system. For more information, visit www.midulstercouncil.org.
Where to find planning information
Apply for planning permission online or download forms.
Report potential unauthorised development for the council to investigate.
View, track and comment on live planning applications online.
Request a regional property certificate online.
Link for Consultees to submit their formal consultation responses online.
Contact details for the councils’ planning offices and the Department for Infrastructure (DfI).
Advice on the different types of planning applications and what to submit.
Details of current planning fees in Northern Ireland.
Statistical reports on the volume of planning applications received and decisions issued, including geographic detail at Local Government District and Assembly Constituency levels.
Existing legislation governing or relating to the planning system in Northern Ireland and proposals for new legislation.
Information on the Regional Development Strategy (RDS), Strategic Planning Policy Statement (SPPS) and spatial strategies for Northern Ireland.
Practice notes, supplementary planning guidance and design guides. Includes Conservation Area guides.
Development plans adopted by the former Department of the Environment (DOE). These plans are available on the PRNI web archive
Advice on the Department’s determination of regionally significant developments and called-in applications. Includes details of applications advertised by DfI.