- view applications we have received - you can view the application forms, plans and drawings and all supporting documents
- view applications we have decided - you can view all documents and the decision notice for the most recently decided applications. The decision notice shows any conditions which have been included. Where the application has been refused, full reasons are given.
- make comments about undecided planning applications - comments you make about a planning application are open to public inspection and copying and will be made available on-line. If you comment by letter, you should be aware that the whole letter will be displayed on-line although signatures, telephone numbers and email addresses will be blanked out and not available to view.
- find planning information for individual properties in the district (this is not yet fully comprehensive)
- details of key dates help you to check progress of undecided applications.
- you can see whether the application has been decided and whether any appeal has been received. All undecided applications are available and we are adding those which have already been decided.
The Public Access section may be unavailable for several hours in the early hours of each morning to allow for routine maintenance. (Applications can also be viewed at Sherwood Lodge Bolsover during normal opening hours.)
Ordnance Survey Copyright terms and conditions
These maps are for viewing only as they contain data supplied by Ordnance Survey and are therefore protected by copyright law. Use of this data is subject to terms and conditions:
- “You are granted a non-exclusive, royalty free, revocable licence solely to view the Licensed Data for non-commercial purposes for the period during which Bolsover District Council makes it available;
- you are not permitted to copy, sub-license, distribute, sell or otherwise make available the Licensed data to third parties in any form.
- third party rights to enforce the terms of this licence shall be reserved to Ordnance Survey”
By opening Public Access you are agreeing to the terms and conditions.
Commenting on Applications
You can submit comments by email (either through the public access system or directly to email@example.com) or by letter (verbal representations are not reported). Any representations submitted may be disclosed to the applicant and will be available for public inspection, with copies made available if requested, in accordance with the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985.
The deadline for comments on each application is shown in the Important Dates section of the application search results; look for the Neighbour Consultation Expiry Date.
Your comments should include your name, address, email address or phone number, as well as the application reference number. We will publish the name and address of who has made a representation, as we need to be transparent about who is involved in the process. We aim to blank out personal signatures; private telephone and e-mail addresses. If we miss any of these please contact us and we will correct the matter as soon as possible. Please note that from Monday 10th January 2011 as a consequence of the decision of the Information Commissioner in the case of London Borough of Sutton (case ref.- FER0220492web link- http://www.ico.gov.uk/tools_and_resources/decision_notices/2010_04.aspx ) we will continue to mask signatures, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses but the name and address of the person or group submitting the comments will be revealed.
Please ensure that you only provide information, including personal information belonging to you that you are happy will be made available to others in this way. If you feel that any part of your response should be kept confidential you should attach a separate letter setting out which details you wish us to consider keeping confidential and why. Personal abuse will not be accepted and any racist or other discriminatory material will be rejected (and may be subject to legal action). If you supply information belonging to a third party please ensure you have their permission to do so.
If the case goes to appeal, your comments will be sent to the appellant and the Planning Inspectorate. The Inspectorate may publish details of your comments, on the Internet (on the Appeals area of the Planning Portal). In the case of householder applications, in the event of an appeal that proceeds by the expedited procedure, there will be no opportunity to make further representations but those received during the application process will be passed to the Secretary of State.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 January 2013 14:12