- From 1 September 2017 consultation letters will no longer be sent for planning applications. Where there is a legal duty to consult, a site notice will be placed at each site. More about the changes here
- The council has now received the Inspector’s report on Haringey’s Local Plan. Further information is available on the Examination in Public page
Buy a Map Online
If you require a location plan or site plan as part of your Planning or Building Control application, you can purchase this online from the Planning Portal - Site Plan Information website (external link).
All Planning applications must have location plan and site plan.
The Location Plan must be at a scale of 1:1250 (or 1:2500 for larger sites) on an up to date map and outline the application site with a red line. The site should include all land necessary to carry out the proposed development including the access to a public highway. Any other land owned by the applicant should be outlined with a blue line.
The Site Plan must be to a scale of 1:500 or 1:200. It must include the direction of North, the proposed development in relation to the site boundaries with written dimensions. It should include any public rights of way, trees, hard surfacing and boundary treatment where relevant).
For further information on the information required with a planning application see the How to Make a Planning Application page.
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