Please note fees are applicable for providing information relating to the following:
*Planning history including information relating to planning constraints such as Conservation Area, Article 4 directions, Tree Preservation Orders
Confirmation of other planning constraints such as whether ‘permitted development’ rights have been removed
Confirmation of the ‘Approved Use’ of a property/site
If you wish to pursue your enquiry through our planning information scheme your application can be submitted on line. Alternatively if you prefer you can download the enquiry form and submit together with a cheque payable to Rother District Council to:
Rother District Council
* Alternatively you may wish to submit a personal search for which there is no fee via our Land Charges register. Please note that details of a personal search will need to be collected from our Town Hall offices – we are not able to email or post this to you.
Further information can be found via the following links:
The Rother District Council Local Plan sets out the vision and strategy for land use and development in Rother District. It includes specific planning policies and proposals that will be applied to manage development and change up to 2011. Further information and to view the interactive version of the Local Plan.
Rother District Council Planning Handbook
The Rother District Council Planning Handbook offers useful advice on planning and building control matters, including a guide to householder development and planning and building control applications. You can view an interactive version here.
Listed Buildings and The National Heritage List for England
Search the The National Heritage List for England. The List is a searchable database of all nationally designated heritage assets including Listed Buildings, Scheduled Monuments, Registered Parks and Gardens, Registered Battlefields and Protected Wreck Sites.
You can find Natural England Advice and Information
Environment Agency Flood Information
Conservation Area Maps
For further information regarding adopted roads in Rother, search the East Sussex County Council website