Search and comment on planning applications
You can get up to date information on a planning application, see how your application is progressing, make a comment or view decision notices by using our planning application search system.
Search for a planning application
For assistance in searching for planning history, please use our guide.
Commenting on a planning application
It is possible comment on an application electronically via our public access system (above).
Only material planning considerations raised can be considered as part of application process. It is not our policy to acknowledge or enter into correspondence on comments made relating to planning applications. Questions asked within comments will be considered as rhetorical.
Please note if the site address and application number you are commenting on are not made clear (preferably using the SDC reference number) they may not be assigned to the planning file.
Your full name and address should be included as part of the submission. Please note if you do not provide an address we will not be able to consult you on any amendments to the plans and will be unable to inform you of any appeal should the application be refused.
Personal details submitted as part of any third party representations, excluding representative groups, will be partially redacted from the Stroud District Council website. This will normally include the removal of personal phone numbers, signatures and email address. Please note if these details are included within the main body of your text they may not be removed.
Please note this information may be released as part of an Freedom of Information request if it is perceived to be in the pubic interest.
In addition please note any comments submitted should not contain inflammatory or libellous comments – only relevant planning considerations. The local planning authority will to remove any inflammatory or libellous comments from the website which are brought to its attention. Please note this may result in the entirety of your comment being removed from the website.
This page was last updated: 2 December 2016