View and comment on current applications
- View and comment on applications
- Map of current planning applications
- Find out about new planning applications in your area
- Copies of planning decision notices
- Personal searches
- Development Management Forums
- Section 106 Agreement
If you’d like to comment on, or object to, a planning application visit our Comment on applications page to find out how.
Our online planning service allows you to:
- Access planning applications, current or past
- View drawings, photographs and documents accompanying a planning application
- Comment on applications
- View the officers reports for each decided application
- View decision notices, including any attached conditions or reasons for refusal
- View appeal decisions
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The map below shows current planning applications. These are applications which have not yet been decided. Use the address search, or the drag and zoom controls to find the area you are interested in.
If you would like to be informed of new planning applications that have been submitted to Haringey, you can register for Planning Application Alerts. The system will send you a notification for every new planning application received within 1km of the address you have given us.
You can also register to receive a list of all applications submitted in ward order. To register your interest please contact the Development Management Support Team in any of the following ways:
River Park House
- Tel 020 8489 1478
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want planning history and policy information on a property, you can now save yourself a trip to the planning office (and the £26 fee).
To view the planning history for a site, use the view planning applications facility. To find out whether the property is affected by any planning policies by way of its location, please see our Planning Policy pages.
Development Management Forums are used to facilitate the discussion of large scale or contentious planning applications. Their purpose is to allow participants to raise issues of concern and get answers to questions about the particular application from the planning applicants. The aim is to allow early discussion by Councillors and members of the public on planning issues related to these planning applications. More information about Development Management Forums can be found in our guide in the attached files section.
|Forum Date/Time||Site Address||Proposal||Forum Location|
|Wednesday 4 October 2018, 7pm|
Car park off Kerswell Close and adjacent land at junction with Seven Sisters Road and St Ann’s Road, Tottenham
Erection of a four storey building for the provision of 37 ‘pocket-living’ one-bedroom flats.
|St Ann’s Library, Cissbury Road, London, N15 5PU|
|Wednesday, 24 October 2018, 7pm||1- 6 Crescent Mews N22 7GG||Redevelopment of the site to create 30 residential units|
Civic Centre, Council Chamber, Wood Green High Road , N22 8LE
|Thursday 8 November 2018, 7pm||Ashley Park, off Ashley Road, Tottenham Hale, London N17|
Residential Led Development for approximately 90 residential units.
The Larder: Protheroe House, 6 Chesnut Road, London N17 9EQ
The information on this website has been provided by Haringey Council for information purposes only. The council is not responsible for any actions taken that are based on the content. Whilst every effort is made to achieve accuracy the authority cannot be responsible for guaranteeing it.
Planning application information, including plans and drawings, are protected by Section 47 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. You may only download and/or print plans, drawings, documents and other material related to planning applications available on this site for non-commercial and consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans. Further copies must not be made without prior permission of the copyright owner.
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