View and comment on planning applications and appeals
Find out about planning applications and appeals submitted in Bury
Here you can search for planning applications that have been registered and determined by Bury Council.
When using our planning applications web site, if you know the reference number, you will just need to input it and press the search button. (You can also search using a keyword, postcode, or single line of address, then select the planning application required from those shown in the search results). Select the 'related documents' tab, and then select 'view associated documents' - this will bring up the list of documents and to view each document select the application number link in the left hand column. Note: the list of documents will appear in alphabetical order but to put them in descending date order please click above the date column.
Please register your details in order to comment or submit objections on planning applications during the public consultation period.
Making your comments online will publish your comments to the website and please note the following:
- In compliance with the Planning regulations, all comments made on planning applications will form part of the application documentation and must be made available for public inspection. Please do not include any personal or sensitive data that you do not wish to be made public, as your comments will be published online and made available to the applicant or any interested party by request
- Due to the legal requirement to make comments available for public inspection, we cannot provide anonymity
- Your comments should only include material planning considerations (see Planning Portal - What are material considerations?) and we will remove comments the Council considers to be inappropriate, personal, offensive or abusive
- If the application is subject to appeal, comments will be forwarded to the Planning Inspectorate
Please see the Development Management privacy notice for details of how we use personal information and data in relation to comply with our legal obligation to carry out a public task or function and provide a planning service.