The planning service is divided into a number of specialist sections which work together to bring their expertise to individual projects and the service as a whole. The sections are: Development Management and Enforcement, Building Control, Conservation & Countryside, Forward Planning and Minerals & Waste.
l Planning news
The latest news about planning and building control in Carmarthenshire.l Planning applications (Development Management)
Search and view current and past planning applications, submit online applications, download application forms, fees, view agendas & minutes, and find out how the planning application process works.
l Building Control
The building regulation application process, advice & guidance eg Approved Documents, exemptions, starting work on site and Building Awards.l Planning Policy and Development Plans (Forward Planning)
The Forward Planning section is responsible for the Adoped Unitary Development Plan which provides policies to guide development in the County on which planning decisions are based. The team is also responsible for the production of the new Local Development Plan which will replace the UDP. Information relating to supplementary planning documents and other planning policy documents can also be viewed.l Conservation & Countryside
This section operates the Council's historic building's grants scheme and advises on listed buildings, conservation areas, the protection of trees, hedgerows and landscaping. Information can also be viewed on biodiversity, common land and Coed Cymru.
l Enforcement (Development Management)
Planning laws are designed to control the development and use of land and buildings in the public interest. Planning Enforcement carry out a range of activities to help apply planning laws and achieve compliance with legislation by individuals and businesses. How to make an enforcement complaint and a high hedge complaint.
l Planning Appeals
If your application is not decided within a set period, or if you disagree with the decision that is made on your application, you have a right to appeal. You can also appeal against an enforcement notice. Search and view details using the appeals register.