How to apply for mineral working and associated development
A planning complaint can be made whenever you suspect there is a breach of planning.
Part of the Doncaster Unitary Development Plan (UDP) continues to be used to decide planning applications.
Find out about planning applications, how to comment on a planning application, building control, the local plan, design and conservation and urban design.
Follow the links below for information about the Planning Documents prepared by the Council, including the emerging Local Plan:
As part of the early engagement stage of the new Doncaster Local Plan, a 'Call for Sites' was undertaken for a period of eight weeks between October and December 2014 to establish which sites landowners and developers wish to see considered for development through the new Local Plan.
The Green Space documents provide information on the location, coverage and provision of green spaces in Doncaster, they also assess the UDP policies which apply to green spaces.
The Council has published Part 1 of its first Brownfield Land Register which provides up-to-date and consistent information on brownfield sites that the Council considers as being appropriate for residential development.
Local sites represent a comprehensive suite of the Borough's locally and regionally important wildlife and geological sites. These sites are designated to acknowledge and help conserve their special features, and contribute to the wider ecological network including statutory sites (i.e. SSSI', SAC's and SPA's).
Follow the links below for information about the Local Development Framework and Local Plan: