View the Building Regulation charges from 1 April 2021. These were updated in April 2021. View the publication notice about the new charges.
If you wish to discuss a general planning issue with a Planning Officer, it's recommended that you telephone the Development Control office beforehand to arrange a meeting. The Development Control office can be contacted by telephone on 01642 729377 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can call in to the office and ask to discuss a general planning issue without an appointment, however an officer may not be available to deal with your enquiry at that time. Planning Officers are generally available 9am to 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4pm on Friday, but it's always best to arrange a meeting in advance.
You can telephone the Development Control office on 01642 729377 and ask for the Planning Officer you require. Please be aware that officers are encouraged not to provide pre-application advice over the telephone. For this type of advice please email or write to the Development Control office.
To find out which Planning Officer is dealing with a specific planning application you can use the planning application search. When you've found the planning application you're looking for, click 'Further Information'. The name of the planning officer will be identified as 'Case Officer'.
Alternatively, you can call the department on 01642 729377.
You can telephone the Development Control office on 01642 729377 or email email@example.com to make an appointment.
Arranging a prior appointment with an officer to view plans belonging to current planning applications is recommended, although not essential. Please be aware that if you don't make an appointment, an officer may not be available to deal with your enquiry at that time.
On the other hand, if you wish to view plans relating to planning applications that have already been determined, an appointment is essential as these are not always available to be viewed during normal opening hours.
There are two ways to comment on a planning application.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: Development Control Service, Middlesbrough Council, Ground floor, Civic Centre, PO Box 504, Middlesbrough, TS1 9FY.
Whichever method you choose, please be sure to include your name, address, and contact details, as well as stating your concerns and reasons for supporting or opposing a planning application. Comments should relate to relevant planning issues.
The consultation period for most planning applications is a statutory 3-week period. To cover holidays and unplanned absences etc., the council usually extends the consultation period to 4 weeks.
All information relating to planning applications, including the application’s status, can be obtained by contacting the Planning Officer dealing with the planning application.
Follow the link to view the Planning Committee agendas and minutes.
Members of the public who wish to speak at Planning Committee meetings will have already been invited to attend by a letter from the Planning Office. You're advised to attend early to give your name to the committee clerk. Those with an interest in the outcome – objectors, applicant/agent, supporters – will be allowed to speak at the committee meeting for 5 minutes, at the chairman’s discretion. If more than one person from each party wishes to speak, the party must elect a spokesperson. Planning Committee meetings are usually held on every third Friday of the month in the Mandela Room of the Town Hall, and begin at 1:30pm.
You can view the weekly decision list. Alternatively, information relating to all recent planning applications, including the decision, can be obtained by telephoning the Development Control department on 01642 729377.
For a copy of a decision notice, email us at email@example.com, or write to Middlesbrough Council, ground floor, Civic Centre, PO Box 504, Middlesbrough, TS1 9FY. You must enclose a payment (copies will not be issued unless we've got your payment). View the fee list from 1 April 2020.
Decision notices are available from 2006 to the present via our Public Access system. Search for the relevant application, documents, and decision notice.
Due to the copyright restrictions placed on drawings, it's always necessary to get approval from the drawer of the plans. Once you have this, you can write to us with the approval and relevant fee, which depends on the size of the plans.
View a schedule of all Tree Preservation Orders in Middlesbrough. Copies of TPOs are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a charge for a copy of a TPO. View the fee list from 1 April 2020.
Alternatively, you can email email@example.com to enquire about TPOs and whether a specific tree has a TPO on it.