Apply for planning permission
The easiest way to submit an application is online using the Planning Portal. You can complete the relevant application form(s), upload the required documents/plans, and pay the relevant application fee. The site also has lots of useful information and interactive planning guides. You can also find and download paper forms on the Planning Portal.
You need to make sure that you submit all the necessary information and documents – if anything is missing or incomplete we will not be able to process your application.Apply Online
What documents do I need to submit?
We have produced guidance, checklist and advice notes that are specific to Huntingdonshire and will help you submit your application.
If you are submitting a householder application you should read the householder application guidance.
If your application is in an area where there are trees or new landscape proposals are being considered then you can read the supporting tree and landscape guide and also check if your tree is protected.
Where do I send amended documents or plans for my application?
Please send any amended plans or documents, or additional information to support your application directly to us at DMadmin@huntingdonshire.gov.uk. Please quote the planning portal or planning reference number in your email, as well as attaching the amended documents.
If you submit amendments to the Planning Portal they will automatically be viewable to the public, and we have no control over this. For this reason, we do recommend any amendments come straight to us.
How much does it cost?
If you're applying via the Planning Portal the cost of the application will be calculated for you. Details of the fees can be found in the Guide to Fees for Planning Applications or you can use the planning portal fee calculator.
Please note that we cannot process your application until we have received the fee. Fees are non-refundable
What happens to my application and how long will it take?
Please go to the planning process guide for information on timescales.