Where do you get a site location plan?

Where do you get a site location plan?

You can find contact information for your local planning authority on the Portal. You can purchase a site location plan and a block plan from one of the Planning Portal’s accredited suppliers.

What is a site location map?

What is a Site Location Plan? All planning applications* need a site location plan (also known as a location plan) which shows the proposal in its surrounding context and a block plan (also known as a site plan) which shows the development in more detail.

Can you view planning objections?

You should bare in mind that your objection is a public document, and that the applicant will therefore be aware of it. You can look up a planning application via the relevant council’s website, and once you know the details, can submit an objection via email or letter.

Who creates a site plan?

Site plans are often prepared by a design consultant who must be either a licensed engineer, architect, landscape architect or land surveyor”.

How do I create a location plan?

Prepare a Site Plan

  1. Step 1: Determine when a site plan is required.
  2. Step 2: Determine property boundaries and lot dimensions.
  3. Step 3: Determine the location of structures and other features.
  4. Step 4: Draw the plan.
  5. Step 5: Check the drawing and make copies.

What is site location meaning?

a the piece of land where something was, is, or is intended to be located. a building site, archaeological site. b (as modifier) site office. 2 an Internet location where information relating to a specific subject or group of subjects can be accessed.

What is a site map for property?

A site plan, also known as a plot plan, is a diagram which is meant to show proposed improvements to your property. A site plan typically shows what already exists on a specific property, in addition to presenting what you are proposing to build on that specific land.

Can you find out who objected to my planning application?

Because the planning process operates on an open basis, applicants for planning permission are entitled to know who is objecting and why. Objections submitted in writing are entered into the file, which is available for all interested parties to read.

Are planning objections confidential?

Your comments whether submitted online or via email will become public documents, they cannot be treated as confidential even if the writer expressly wishes it (in accordance with the Local Government Act 2000).