Changes to fees for planning and related applications
The Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications and Site Visits) (Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 will come into force on 24 August 2020.These Regulations amend the Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications and Site Visits) (Wales) Regulations 2015 and will increase planning application fees by 20%. All applications submitted on or after this date must be accompanied by the new fee. Please see the updated fee sheet below.
You can apply for planning permission online via the Planning Portal.
Apply for planning permission online with the easy step by step guide.
During this process the correct form is automatically generated.
All necessary and relevant information is required before you can submit the form, therefore the form will contain all the information needed on first submission.
You can also print an application form and send it to us. Please choose the relevant form from the table below.
Planning application advice.
View further advice on completing your application.
Please note: New regulations were introduced by the Welsh Government on 30thSeptember 2013 which changed the criteria used to determine whether planning permission is required for householder type development. You are advised to view the information on the Planning Portal if you intend to carry out this type of development, to determine whether planning permission is required. View more details on the Welsh Government's document Planning: a guide for householders.
Planning Application - Video Guides
The Planning Portal has produced a series of video guides to its online application system. The videos provide walk through's of certain sections and detail the steps you need to take to complete them.
View the Planning Portal Video Guides
Completing your Planning Application form
Once you have the correct application forms, the next stage is to complete the relevant sections of the form and produce the necessary documents and drawings required for submission with your planning application. Most planning applications require a submission fee, Once you have the correct application forms, the next stage is to complete the relevant sections of the form and produce the necessary documents and drawings required for submission with your planning application. If you require further assistance, call in to see an advisor at one of the One4All Centres.
Planning Application Fees
You will usually be charged a fee for submitting a Planning Application, however, the amount you will have to pay will depend on the type of development.
You can download the fee schedule or use the Planning Portal fee calculator.
Submitting your Planning Application
If you choose not to submit your application online via the Planning Portal and would prefer to submit your application by post, completed forms can be sent to:
Pontypridd CF37 1DU
Once your application has been submitted, it is checked for administrative accuracy and checked for the appropriate fee.
You (or your agent if applicable) will be sent an acknowledgement when it has been allocated a unique reference number and with details of the planning officer assigned to the case.
If there is incomplete or missing information we will write to you to let you know what this is, but your application cannot be registered until it is complete.