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Planning and Rights of Way Committee
This Committee deals with matters which need to be determined by the County Council as the planning authority. These include waste and minerals planning. It determines applications which the County Council is allowed to make for the development on its own land, and advises the Cabinet on Minerals and Waste local plans.
It also deals with decisions in relation to public rights of way and the registration of common land.
The Members’ Guide to the Planning System and Planning Law provides the context in which members may take decisions at Planning Committee. It also provides guidance on the planning system as it impacts on the County Council in general, from the policy context to the effects of a refusal on third parties and the applicant.
‘A Guide to the Law for the Rights of Way Committee’ provides a guide to members of the County Council on the law relating to rights of way and the County Council’s rights of way powers and duties.
Speaking at the Planning and Rights of Way Committee
To find out about speaking at the Planning and Rights of Way Committee, in support of or against a planning application, read our guide about public participation which is available in the document library.
Watch meetings online
You can watch meetings live online via our webcasting website. Our webcasts are also available to view in the webcast library for six years after the meeting (six months prior to May 2020).
Note: Following the County Council elections on 6 May, the membership of the Committee will be updated after the Annual Council meeting on Friday, 21 May.
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