Planning applications for minerals or waste related development should be submitted to Warwickshire County Council for determination. Other types of planning application such as housing, industrial or commercial developments should be made to the District or Borough Council.
Search for and view planning applications for minerals, waste and County Council related developments.
Applicants who have submitted a planning application to the County Council have,under certain circumstances, a right of appeal against the council’s decisions relating to their application.
The aim of these notes is to help you put forward your views on planning applications and to give you information and advice on how planning applications are decided.
If you think that a breach of planning control may be occurring or has occurred, you can let us know by contacting us.
If you have commented on a planning application you can, as a member of the public speak at meetings of the Regulatory Committee during the consideration of the planning application that you feel affects you. This page explains how members of the public can communicate your views on a planning application to the people who will make the decision and should give you an idea of what to expect from the meeting itself.
The majority of housing developers prefer to have the roads and footpaths serving their new housing developments adopted by the highways authority. The council is then responsible for maintaining the infrastructure in a clean and safe condition.
We provide free advice and assistance to help Warwickshire Businesses improve their environmental performance and meet their legal obligations.
Each Localities and Communities Team has funding for their area.
Grass verge cutting is carried out to ensure that vegetation does not restrict visibility for the highway user and to provide a refuge for pedestrians.
There are currently three Landscape Architects within the Regeneration Projects group and our aim is “to identify, influence and improve the quality of the Warwickshire environment through working with the community and partners”.
The Warwickshire Landscape Project set up in 1987, provided a set of guidelines designed to offer advice on maintaining diversity and beauty, to conserve the landscapes for future generations.
Grant advice and local community funding.
Public Rights of Way (PRoW) are public highways and are protected by law in exactly the same manner as any other public highway such as a High Street or dual carriageway. They are recorded in a legal document called the ‘Definitive Map and Statement of Public Rights of Way’ (DMS).
When buying land or property, it is normal to carry out a search of the highway records in the vicinity of the land or property.
Under the Warwickshire, Coventry & Solihull Community Covenant , organisations across the region are working together to provide services and assistance to armed forces personnel and their families.