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Search for current and historic planning applications, appeals and enforcements


New planning applications

Do I need planning permission?

Make a new planning application


Planning application guidance documents


Planning enforcement

Draft planning enforcement plan

Planning enforcement feedback

Tewkesbury Borough Council is asking for feedback on how it enforces planning regulations.

The enforcement plan has been drafted and explains the council’s approach, outlines its powers and details the ways in which planning breaches can be reported. The plan also summarises what can be expected of the council throughout the enforcement process. Officers are now asking for the public’s view on the enforcement plan and are keen to hear suggestions about how the service should operate and how improvements could be made.


Additional services

Cheltenham Borough Council and Tewkesbury Borough Council currently operate a shared service for building control and street naming and numbering with officers based in Cheltenham.


Planning policy

Local neighbourhood development plans


Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

The CIL allows local authorities to raise funds from developers undertaking new building projects in their area to fund a wide range of infrastructure that is needed to support new development.


Plans, drawings and other material submitted to the Council are protected by section 47 of the Copyright, Designs and Patent Act 1988 (the "Act").

You can only use material which is downloaded and/or printed for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans. Further copies must not be made without the prior permission of the copyright owner (who may be the applicant, agent or architect). Compliance with the Act is your sole responsibility and the Council accepts no liability for infringement of any intellectual property rights.

You must not make copies of the mapping function to the on line system and submit these with a planning application. To do so would breach our Ordnance Survey licence.