To lodge Planning Applications or submit an observation on-line you must be a registered user.
Under the Data Protection Act we need you to register as we have to keep your personal details separate from your application or observation.
You can make up any user name and password as your login registration name.
Once you have completed the registration process click the Submit button.
Login using the user name and password you have just submitted.
You can then begin the process of submitting your planning application or making your observation.
To create a new account click here.
In the interest of public health, we encourage all customers to use our online service. In the event that the information you require is not available online, you can request an appointment. You will be asked to provide certain information in order to determine if your query can be responded to by phone, email, video-conferencing etc. If this is possible you will be encouraged to avail of this option as it will reduce the need for unnecessary travel and ensure appointments are available for those whose requirements cannot be met any other way. To arrange an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01 222 2149 and provide the reason for the appointment, the planning reference number and/or exact address, documentation required to be viewed and your contact details (phone and email). Before an appointment is confirmed you will be asked to answer some COVID-19 screening questions. You will receive confirmation of your appointment by email which you will be required to show in order to gain access to the Civic Offices.
The planning process is an open and transparent one. All planning application documentation, Observations / Submissions, and the weekly planning lists are made available for public inspection at the Council’s offices and on the Council’s website under Section 38 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended. This information is processed in accordance with the Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended and is made available to An Bord Pleanála in the case of an appeal under Section 127 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended. There are 2 exceptions to the information being made available to the public and An Bord Pleanála (paper file or website): -