Planning applications are formally listed on East Northants Planning Website : https://www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk/info/200155/planning.
Click on Twywell Planning Applications to go directly to ENC Planning portal
10th February 2021 20/01019/FUL and 20/01020/LBC- Manor Farm- conversion of agrocultural buidlings. Ongoing applciation- revised description and plans submitted
2nd February 2021 NE/21/00087/FUL Demolition of single storey extension, new pitched roof, garage conversion and erection of detached double garage, provision of railings and replacement windows at Gordonville, Slipton Rd, Tywell
27th January 2021 20/01694/FUL Detached dwelling within builders yard at 2 Launde Cottages
30th November 20/01478/FUL Construction of two new detached dwellings at The Gables, High St.
November 2020- 20/01343 Additional dwelling at land to rear of 57 High Street.
October 2020 - 20/01002/FUL Resubmission of No 4 The Lawns
20/01019/FUL 20/01020 LBC- Conversion of four disused farm buildings- Manor Farm
Always refer to the East Northants database for the full status of each application – this page is provided for information only and is not a definitive list.
The Parish Council is always consulted about applications in the parish. The options for the Parish Council response are:
For minor applications (e.g extension of existing property) it would be typical for the Parish Council to ask that residents’ comments be taken into account. For more significant applications it is likely that the Parish Council will want certain specific comments or concerns to be taken into account. When the Parish Council take the decision to either support or object to an application it is broadly doing so because it thinks that the impact on the village is significant and the case is worth making. The Parish Council comments should be made on valid planning grounds, known as material considerations (see below).
Most applications are decided by the planning officer, but significant applications are referred to the District Council Planning Committee. Usually this is triggered by an objection from the Parish Council or objections from 5 or more members of the public. At the Planning Committee meetings the applicant and the Parish Council get 3 minutes each to present their cases, and a further 3 minutes is allocated for all members of the public, who will arrange to split the time between themselves, or nominate one person as a spokesman.
It is the District Council that makes the decision to approve or reject an application, NOT the Parish Council.
If the decision goes against the applicant, they have the right of appeal, and the application will be decided by a planning inspector.
When commenting on planning applications, please ensure that what you say is relevant to planning, as the council can only take into account material planning considerations.
Relevant planning issues include the following:
This list is not exhaustive but it gives a clear idea of the sort of comments that are relevant to the consideration of a planning application.
Examples of what are not material planning considerations include the following: