Planning and building control
Apply for planning permission
How to submit a planning application and advice on whether planning permission is required.
Search planning applications
Search, view and comment on planning applications.
Conservation, biodiversity, listed buildings, trees and hedgerows
The conservation service includes information on listed buildings, conservation areas, biodiversity, tree conservation and hedges. You may also apply for pre-application advice.
Our building control service ensures that buildings are designed and constructed in accordance with the Building Regulations and associated legislation.
Have a look at the Local Plan and find other planning guidance that aims to shape the way in which Stroud District is developed in the future.
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)
CIL is a levy on certain types of development to fund infrastructure in the Stroud district. Find out if your development is CIL liable and the process involved.
How to submit a planning appeal, deadlines for submitting an appeal, viewing planning appeals and decisions.
Planning constraints and policy maps
Check if your property is in a conservation area, area of outstanding natural beauty, flood zone, if there are any trees with preservation orders on them, if the property is listed or has an article 4 direction on it. Also see which site specific policies apply to the site.
Planning enforcement investigates possible breaches of planning control and aims to resolve these using the most appropriate means or action.
Local land charges
Carries out searches to identify any registrations that may affect property or land.
Creates and amends official addresses and names streets.
Statement of Community Involvement
How we will consult with the community on planning matters.
Dangerous, dilapidated or insecure buildings & structures
People in control of buildings and other structures are responsible for ensuring that they do not deteriorate to such an extent that they can become a danger to other people and that unauthorised access is controlled.