Defnyddiwch eich cod post i ddod o hyd i gynghorwyr, cyfleusterau, dalgylchoedd ysgol lleol a mwy.
Planning applications are public record. For Building Regulations please email: firstname.lastname@example.org as these are not in the public domain.You can also see updates, comment on current planning applications and view historic casesExternal link opens in a new window in Cardiff.
You can view and track a planning application even if you didn’t make the application or if the planned work doesn’t directly affect you or your property.
You can get updates online, in person or through the post:
There are four different ways you can search for a current planning application onlineExternal link opens in a new window depending on how much information you have about the application you want to find. You can search for:
(You do not need to register online or be logged in to carry out searches, although if you are not logged in you will not be able to save searches or make comments.)
Simple: Allows you to put in a full or partial post code, or the single line of an address, such as a street name, a keyword or by putting in all or some of the reference number. The reference number is ten digits and will always follow the format of 12/12345/ABC. You can use a wild card search using the percentage symbol ‘%’ if you don’t know the full reference number, for example, 01/1234%. The reference number should be clearly displayed on all public notices and paperwork relating to the application.
Advanced: This allows you to put in more detailed information about the application you are trying to find and is useful if you need to bring up a specific application. You can search using relevant dates, the name of the person who made the application, or a variety of other factors.
Weekly /monthly lists: Every week on a Friday we publish information about all current and recently decided planning applications in a list form. You can, however, search for an application using the date and optional additional information such as Status or what Cardiff ward it is in obtaining data in real time.
Property: You can search for planning applications by entering some or all of the address where the work is planned. You can do a straight address search if you know these details, or click the 'A to Z Street Search' button for any applications in Cardiff listed street by street.
When you click on the application you want it will bring up all related documents, outlines, pictures and plans.
Saving a search
You must have registered online (see section above) and be logged in to the system to do this.
When the search results are listed there are three additional options if you are logged into the system. These are listed side by side to the top right of the search results. They are:
Refine Search – which allows you to change the search criteria
Save Search - this will save the search to your profile and will bring up the search every time you log in to the system unless you remove it. There is an additional option at this stage to get alerts by email of any changes (such as new planning applications added) to your search. For example you could set up a search for planning applications on your street and you would be notified by email of any new applications.
Printable version – this opens a new window in your browser and displays a printer-friendly version of your search results
To make an appointment to view a historic (Pre 2007) planning application, or for further details, contact us.
If you have any questions, or if you are unable to find the planning application you want, contact us for advice on how to use our online system or how to contact neighbouring councils.
Object to a planning application.