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This Ordnance Survey Planning Map info will help you ensure that your Planning Application is not delayed, or rejected, by the Local Planning Authority because of discrepancies or unlicensed usage with your site location plans.
From April 2015, all planning applications must include a Site Location Plan (also known as a location plan) which outlines the proposed development in it surrounding context. Some Local Authorities also require a Block Plan which can show the development in more detail.
These plans enable the local planning authority (LPA) to identify the land to which the application refers and should be based upon a current Ordnance Survey map.
So, use Ordnance Survey Planning Map info to help get your planning application rubber stamped as quickly as possible.