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Welcome to Planning

Planning Introduction

 
  • Cork County Council's Planning Department is responsible for the orderly and sustainable development of the County. It achieves this through five main functions:

    • Preparation, monitoring and implementation of development plans.
    • Control of development.
    • Enforcement of planning control.
    • Protection of our heritage.
    • Promotion of best practice.

    Details of planning permission guidelines, and how to make a planning application, as well as a wide variety of planning information, are available from the Planning Department's office in leaflet form. They are also available on the web site of the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. The Planning section of this web site offers a wide range of information on planning, urban and rural development, the construction industry, tidy towns and more.

    CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST PLANNING NEWS AND ADDITIONS TO THE WEBSITE 

 
   
Planning submissions
Planning DatabaseReview of County Dev Plan 2013East Tip Haulbowline Island Licence ApplicationDouglas Land Use and Transportation StrategyCouncil Litter Plan Heritage Plan

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