The Local List adopted on the 13 September 2017, clearly identifies the information that the County Planning Authority (CPA) normally require to be able to register, assess and determine your planning applications. The level of information required depends on the size and type of the application.
The 'Local List' will:
- Provide greater certainty to applicants about the type and extent of information required as part of their application at the earliest possible stage
- Enable Surrey County Council's Planning and Regulatory Committee or the CPA to have all the information it needs to determine applications in a considered and timely manner
- Minimise the need to request additional information from the applicant at a later stage, making the determination process more efficient
- Ensure greater consistency in registering and validating applications submitted to the CPA.
The Local List consists of three annexes containing the local requirements for each of the development categories Surrey County Council control and a checklist for completion when making an application.
The document will undergo an initial review after two years or when necessary following the publication of any relevant legislation or guidance. To provide ongoing feedback use the Local List for the validation of planning applications online form, which will be regularly monitored.
Sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) Planning Advice and forms may also be required as part of your application.
Files available to download
- Local List Introduction and Background (291.2 KB)
Guidance for applicants and agents on the validation requirements of planning applications submitted to the County Planning Authority
- Annex 1 - Minerals Related Development (471.7 KB)
Guidance for completing minerals related applications
- Annex 2 - Waste Related Development (583.9 KB)
Guidance for completing waste related applications
- Annex 3 - County Development (Regulation 3) (359.5 KB)
Guidance for completing county development related applications
- Waste Alternative Site Assessment Advice Note (123.7 KB)