Non-statutory consultees for planning permission
Local planning authorities are required to undertake statutory consultations on proposed development as set out in Article 10 of the Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Order 1995.
Statutory consultees could include; the local authority, parish and community councils, Environment Agency, Civil Aviation Authority, Highways England, Historic England, English Nature and so on. See statutory consultees for more information.
Non-statutory consultees could include:
- The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (now part of the Design Council).
- County archaeological officers.
- Inland Revenue.
- Local authority environmental health officers.
- Minerals planning authorities.
- Navigation authorities.
- Police architectural liaison officers and crime prevention design advisers.
- Waste disposal authorities.
 Related articles on Designing Buildings Wiki
- Building regulations.
- Conservation areas.
- Consultation process.
- Designated sites.
- Listed buildings.
- Penfold Review.
- Planning permission.
- Statutory approvals.
- Statutory consultees.
- Tree preservation orders.
- The Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Order 1995. contains a schedule of consultees and the circumstance under which they should be consulted.
- The Penfold Review, “Review of non-planning consents”.
- Implementation report on the Penfold Review
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