Worcester is a city of significant heritage importance and as such Worcester City Council play a vital role in ensuring that all new proposed development is of a sufficient appropriate quality. The City Council deal with over 900 applications each year of which over 90% are approved either through delegated officer powers or Planning Committee. The City also boasts 18 conservation areas and 707 listed buildings as well as areas surrounding the city wall and cathedral being of significant archaeological merit; all of which contributes to Worcesters' status as a heritage city.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I search for a planning application?
- View the weekly lists of new planning applications received
- How do I apply for planning permission?
- Do I need planning permission?
- When and what is planning committee?
- Does Building Control need to see my development?
- What Planning Policy is involved in the decision making process?
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