Monmouthshire / Sir Fynwy

Planning

Weekly Planning list

View our list of applications being considered and decided planning applications online. Requires Adobe Acrobat reader.

Application guidance and forms

Applications can be submitted electronically to the council using the Planning portal website (external site) along with advice about the planning system

View applications

Applications can be viewed and tracked online. You can make comments or objections on any current applications. Please note that the application reference number will be required to make a comment or objection. Your comment will be reviewed by a planning officer and will be taken into consideration as part of the overall decision making process. For any assistance, please contact planning@monmouthshire.gov.uk or phone 01633 644 880

You can register to receive email notifications about planning applications in your area. Please visit the My Maps section of the website for more information.

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I work shifts and have come home to no street lights on. I live alone and it was very unpleasant not to mention unsafe to be in total darkness. I pay my council tax to cover the street lights. Why can you not just turn off 50% of the lights or just dim them. I am also contacting my mp about this. Continue reading 'Street lighting' >