How we reach a decision, who we consult, what type of decision can be made, how long it takes and what happens afterwards is explained in the document below.
Planning code of practice 2014
How we deal with a planning application
We issue a formal decision notice to the applicant (or agent) for every application within 3 working days of the decision being made. It clearly states whether permission is granted or refused and any conditions attached.
Planning Committee meeting dates
View a planning decision notice
Notices are made available within 3 working days of the decision being made.
A copy of any decision notice for an application can be viewed and printed from our online Planning Register without charge. We also issue a weekly list of decisions.
Alternatively visit us at at the Main Reception, Entrance 1, County Hall, Mold, CH7 6NF (8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday) to view decisions in person.
Copies of decision notices issued before 01/09/06 are held in storage so please email email@example.com (or call 01352 703331) to arrange a viewing.
If you need to obtain a signed formal printed copy e.g. before selling / buying a house please contact Planning Admin (details above).
Get involved in the decision making process
A Planning Officer will take account of comments made in support of or in opposition to an application before they make their decision. Have your say view and comment on planning applications.
Planning & Development Control Committee
The main purpose of the Committee is to consider major planning applications. Councillors representing local residents can also request that applications go to the Committee for a decision. Meetings are held approximately every four weeks at: The Council Chamber, County Hall, Mold.
View Committee meetings - agendas, reports and minutes
This leaflet explains the procedure for applicants/agents, supporters, objectors and Town/Community Councils to speak at the Planning & Development Control Committee. Speaking at Planning Committee
We are currently preparing a Local Development Plan (LDP) for Flintshire. The various consultation stages of this preparation process are your chance to get involved and influence the policies that provide the basis for development, land use and planning decisions.