Disclaimer for viewing planning applications
Limitations of service
The online planning history, including the enforcement notices register, contained within the site may be incomplete. It is not intended, and must not be used, as a substitute for carrying out a formal Land Charge Search.
Newark and Sherwood District Council accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions in the planning history information obtained using the online application website.
The information displayed within the site does not constitute a formal notification of a planning decision to applicants/agents and, as such, any actions taken as a result of information displayed on the site are undertaken entirely at the viewer's own risk.
Plans and documents can currently be viewed for planning applications submitted from April 2005.
Documents for all newly-validated applications will be online within five working days of receipt of a valid application and at the start of the consultation period.
The website may not represent the full register, therefore please contact us to confirm all details are correct.
You can search appeal details for applications where an appeal has been lodged and a decision issued. Information including status, decision and documents may be available to view.
As part of works undertaken to transfer data from our previous website to the current Public Access website, a default date of 1 March 2013 was used within the date published field for all documents received prior to this date. If you require the correct date of receipt, please open the document for the date stamp. Furthermore, the date listed under this heading for documents received after 1 March 2013 is the date the planning team actually received the document.
The enforcement register contains those notices served from 2012 onwards. Should you require details of notices served prior to 2012 please contact us. We continue to review those notices served prior to 2012, therefore a small number may be available online.
If you cannot find the details of an application, please contact us.
Building control information is not available on the website. If you require further information regarding building control please contact East Midlands Building Consultancy.
Copyright or document restrictions
All plans, drawings, maps and material submitted to the Council and those that appear on this site are protected by Section 47 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. Unless the 1988 Act provides a relevant exception to copyright, you may only use material, which is downloaded and/or printed for consultation purposes; to compare current planning applications with previous schemes and to ascertain if developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans.
All plans, drawings, maps and material on this site must not be copied without the prior permission of the copyright owner. Please note that while all images on this website are scans of scaled originals, the images will not appear at any particular scale on your computer screen. Figured dimensions, where they appear, are the only reliable methods of obtaining measurements from these images.
Security, data protection and online documents
It is a principle of the planning process that it should be open and transparent. In accordance with national guidance on best practice, the Council will try to make as much information as possible available via the online register.
Comments submitted on planning applications do form part of the statutory register, these are published online on our planning applications website. Find out more about commenting on a planning application on our website.
As part of the planning process we publish many documents, and on occasion human error can occur. If you notice something on the site that causes you concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org, providing the application reference and document details and we will do our best to resolve the matter.
Site design and software
The online planning application register software is provided by IDOX Plc which maintains copyright over the site design and software.
Maps used by Public Access are reproduced from Ordnance Survey material and are subject to Crown copyright.