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Council Services:

The Planning Service: Planning Control

In this section you’ll find information on the planning process, including advice and application forms.

You can view our weekly list of planning applications and decisions; find out more about planning appeals and enforcement and find information on how to comment on an application. You can also view the Planning and Orders Committee - Agenda, minutes and report.

The main aim of the service is to manage and control the development and use of land in the public interest. Our aim is to reconcile people’s needs with the needs of development and conservation. In doing this we strive for quality in the design of new buildings and spaces and in the way in which we deliver our service. Within the service we have two dedicated area teams comprising of qualified staff that are committed to providing you with the best possible quality of service and professional advice.

Some forms of development do not require planning consent - these are known as permitted developments.

The attached pdf shows the breakdown of the community boundaries along with the appropriate team and contact details.

See above also the full Customer Charter for Isle of Anglesey Planning Control.

Development and Flood Risk

From 1st April 2018 for an initial period of 6 months, Isle of Anglesey Council, jointly with Wrexham County Borough Council and Natural Resources Wales, will be running a pilot in relation to dealing with applications for developments which are classed as being highly vulnerable to flood risks as defined by Technical Advice Note 15: Development and Flood Risk.

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